Varduhi Yeritsyan, a pianist of Armenian origin, was born in a family of musicians. Yeritsyan recieved her first studies at the Tchaikovsky Specialized Music School for prodigious children before entering the Superior National Conservatory of Music of Erevan.
In 2002, Yeritsyan joined the Superior National Conservatory of Music of Paris in Brigitte Engerer's class and obtained the Diploma of Superior Training in 2006. Vardhui Yeritsyan was the admitted to the programme of higher studies at the CNSMSP, also in Brigitte Engerer's class and at the same time studied chamber music in Claire Desert and Ami Flammer's class.
Varduhi has benefited from the advice of Denis Pascal, Emmanuel Mercier, M. Voskresenski, V. Merjanov, V. Krainev, and M. Rostropovitch.
In 2006, Varduhi Yeritsyan was chosen by Holland Music Session for a series of concerti with the cellist Giorgi Kharadze, "Neu Masters in Tour," which led her to perform in prestigious concert halls: the Amsterdam Concertgebow, The Hague Theatre in Holland, the Czech Philharmonic of Prague, the Slovak Philharmonic of Bratislava, the Sibelius Academy of Helsinki (Finland), the Estonian Theatre of Tallin, the Lithuanian Philharmonic of Vilnius, the Latvian Philharmonic of Riga and the Kronberg Academy in Germany.
As the Classical Revelation of the ADAMI 2007, Yeritsyan performed regularly as a soloist in chamber music and with an orchestra both in France and abroad: the Louvre Auditorium, Mogador theater, City of the Music, Salle Cortot, Auditorium of the Museum of Grenoble, Impérial theater of Compiègne, Gulbenkian cultural center, Avignon Opera, Great Hall of the Arsenal of Metz, Saint-Bonnet theatre in Bourges, Lorraine Opera.
In 2007, Varduhi Yeritsyan won the Avant-Scènes Competition of the Paris Conservatory: Yeritsyan played the Khatchatourian Concerto for piano with the orchestra of the Lauréats du Conservatoire of the Cité de la Musique. She also won the International Piano Competition of Ile-de-France, the Armenian Young Talents Competition (composition), the Monique Rollin Prize, and the Nadia and Lili Boulanger, Meyer, and Tarazzi Foundations prizes.
Varduhi Yeritsyan was invited in a duo with her teacher, Brigitte Engerer, and the Orchestra XXI, under the direction of Dyinisios Dervis-Bournias to the Bach concerti of the festival of the Flâneries Musicales of Reims in 2005 and to the festival of Auvers-sur-Oise with the orchestra of the French soloists under the direction of Paul Rouger in 2006. Yeritsyan also participated in the Pablo Casals Festival of Prades, the Festival of Roque d'Anthéron (ensembles in residence), the Touquet Festival, the Schostakovitch Festival, the Enghien lès Bains Festival, the Chandelles de Sainte Marie aux Mines Festival, the Annecy Summer Festival, the Gelderse Musiek Zomer (Holland), and Amman in Music (Jordan). She has recorded for France Musique.
Since 2009 she is laureate of the Natixis Banque Populaire foundation, in duo with the cellist Aurélienne Brauner. The same year, she has recorded a first album, “Allegro barbaro”, musics from Eastern Europe composers (Bartok, Prokofiev, Khatchatourian, Komitas), in the collection « Jeunes Solistes » of the Meyer Foundation.
Yeritsyan also likes contemporary music very much and plays often young composers (she created Dédale from Bruno Mantovani at the “ Flâneries de Reims” in 2009).