Violinist Stella Beglaryan started playing the violin at the age of seven. She attended a music
school and was later accepted in the Yerevan State Conservatory After Komitas in Armenia.
She graduated with Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Violin Performance with top grades.
In 2012 Stella won a grant to study in Agder Music Conservatory in Norway, in the Master
Program in  Violin Performance of Western and European Classical Music. During her studies
she took part and won numerous national and international music competitions, participated
in international music projects and festivals in Armenia, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Greece,
Georgia, Russia, Poland, Ukraine.

In Stella’s own words:

"Not only do I love to perform, but teaching is my ultimate. I've been teaching
violin/piano/music theory in group lessons as well as one on one for the past three years.  My
experience level begins with children ages three and up where I work with each individual
child and enhance their skill level.  I work hard with them to move past any difficulties they
may face when learning the instrument."

Stella is on the faculty of Varta Academy of Musical Arts since 2016.