Levon Hovsepian started his early studies at the Sayat-Nova Music School in Yerevan, Armenia. Later he continued his education at the Tchaikovsky Special Music School for Gifted Children. Levon Hovsepian graduated from the Komitas Conservatory with Honors, receiving his Masters degree.
Hovsepian had performed throughout Armenia, Estonia, Moldova, and had appeared as a soloist with the Yerevan Symphony Orchestra and on Armenian National Television. After attracting major critical attention in Armenia, he was invited to study at Longy School of Music in Cambridge, Massachusetts. After receiving his Artist Diploma and Masters degree with Honors, Hovsepian continued his intense performing and teaching careers.
Hovsepian made his New-York debut in 1994 and became known for his compelling interpretative style and expansive technique. Levon Hovsepian is a prize winner at the Arlington Concerto Competition, he has appeared as a soloist with Salem Philharmonic Orchestra and New England Philharmonic Orchestra.
His "Favorite Piano Masterpieces" CD was played on WGBH Radio, Moscow and Yerevan Radio Stations. Hovsepian was the guest artist at the reception honoring the President of Armenia Levon Ter-Petrossian and Senator Edward Kennedy. He studied with Louisa Markarian, Villy Sarkissian and Victor Rosenbaum.