Armik Dashchi (Dashchizadeh, Dashchyan) agrees extremely rarely. And he doesn’t tell his personal life. The maestro does not give concerts, preferring to work in the studio.
The path to calling
biography of a future celebrity began in 1950. The boy was born in 1950 in Tehran in a family of natives of Armenia. The guitar attracted a toddler as a child. Play the child was taught himself in secret from everyone.
Parents didn’t suspect about the infatuation of the son while accidentally heard the boy’s game. The boy’s talent so impressed the adults that they decided to organize his studies.
After a couple of years, Armik finished the course, from the age of 12 he masterly performed the most complex parts. Started a recognized professional as a jazz guitarist. In the seventies, the musician often performed in Spain, improving skills and gaining experience. It was then that the flamenco style fascinated the guitarist.
Since then, Armik has become one of the most loyal adherents of the direction that allows conversation without words.
In 1981 the musician moved to America. In 1994 his first album was released. Rain Dancer ranked ninth on Billboard’s hit parade. A special place in the life of the master is occupied by Paco de Lucía, whom Armik calls his teacher. For inspiration, he thanks the mentor in his solder.
guitarist introduced a new compilation in 1995. Gypsy Flame quickly climbed to the top lines of the charts.
The new disc was named by the instrument the maestro played on. Rubia guitar was given to him by the famous master Pedro Maldonado himself. Malaga’s new solo compilation featured a surprisingly romantic mood. Numerous experiments have combined Mediterranean motifs with Brazilian samba rhythms and flamenco melodicity.
New achievements The
complex compositions emphasized the personality of the maestro style. Armik is one of the few guitarists to record music in a single reception. His melodies reflect the inner world, the emotions of the author. This causes an incredible response in the hearts of listeners.
The tops of hit parades were taken in May 1999 album Isla Del Sol. In it with flamenco combined Caribbean motifs. The tracks are exotic, passionate and strikingly melodic.
For many months, the master sought the best sound in the studio. Recordings are striking with the purity of sound. According to the guitarist’s admission, the disc was a generalization of his life experience.
A disc featuring the best virtuoso melodies came out in 2000. And a year later, Armik presented Rosas Del Amor listeners with expressive Spanish motifs.
Features of style
In the author’s style nuevo flamenco, the guitarist managed to seamlessly weave together jazz and classical rumba motifs, complemented classical flamenco with bolero and cha-cha rhythms. This has become a piquant highlight of the music. Each record is a unique vision of musical images.
The harmony of the style is similar to the tapestry, in which both seductive melodies, intriguing motifs, and enchanting rhythms are woven. In the apparent simplicity of execution hidden the highest skill, the entrusted technique and masterly mastery of the instrument.
Fans recognize the idol by the first chords. This is what the performer who has brought the uniqueness of his view to the “new flamenco” likes.