Guy Manoukian

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Guy Manoukian (Arabic: غي مانوكيان‎‎, Armenian: Կի Մանուկեան) is a Lebanese-Armenian musician, composer and pianist. He is a university graduate in law. He was also a basketball player in the Lebanese Basketball League.

Biography[edit]

Guy Manoukian played the piano from the age of four after he started studying classical music. He first appeared on television at the age of 6 and was invited to play at the Lebanese presidential palace by the age of 7. Manoukian composed music at the age of 8 and won his first competition. He started performing professional concerts in 1997. Guy Manoukian is married and has two sons

Albums[edit]

  • 1997: Angham
  • 1998: The Revolt
  • 1999: Senses
  • 2003: Sarab
  • 2005: Live in Cairo
  • 2009: Assouman

His music also appeared in collections like "The REG Project" (2001), "Arabia Night" (2006), Bellylicious (2006), "Experience Egypt" (2006), "Ultimate Discotheque Orientale" (2007), "Fashion TV Arabia" (2007)

Manoukian Music[edit]

Guy Manoukian established Manoukian Music, specializing in producing music and sound design for films, artists, concept albums and advertisements.

Awards[edit]

  • Best Dance Album at the Armenian Music Awards in Los Angeles
  • Best Arabic Tune of the Year for the music of Harem (Lebanon 2002)
  • Best dance Album at the Arabian Music Awards (Dubai 2003)

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