Tigran Mikayelyan received his training from the Armenian National Ballet School under the guidance of Armen Grigoryan from 1989-1997.
1997-1998, finished his training at the Schweizerische Ballettberufsschule under the guidance of Denise Welton.In August 1998, he joined the Zurich Ballet. Director Heinz Spoerli. Got promoted to demi-soloist in 1999 and to soloist in 2003. In 2005 started his work with Baverin State Ballet ( Munich ) as soloist. And in 2007 promoted to a First Soloist. Also performing with Armenian Opera House as a guest Soloist: Don Quixote and Gayane from Vilen Galstyan.

Auszeichnungen:
     1997: Prix de Lausanne- Semi-Finale, Diplome
     1997: Armenian Ballet Competition Amadeus – Gold Medal and Grand Prix
     1998: Prix de Lausanne – Professional Prize
     2007: “Merkur-Theater Prize“ in Munich
     2007: Nominated for German Theater Prize
     2007: Deserved Honored Artist of Armenia

Repertoire:

Choreographien von Heinz Spoerli:

Giselle, pas de six
Peter and the wolf as Peter
Romeo and Juliet as Tibald
Verklärte Nacht
Goldberg Variations as soloist
Cinderella as fairies cavalier and Spanish solo
La Fille Mal Garde
Farben
Mozart as soloist
Und mied den wind as soloist
In den winden im nichts as soloist
Brahms ein Ballett
La belle vie as soloist
Sacre du Printemps as soloist
Igor as soloist
Nutcracker as oriental dance
All shall Be as soloist

Choreographien von Hans Van Manen

In and Out
Solo
Grosse Fuge

Choreographien von G. Balanchine

Allegro Brillanre
Symphony in C as 3rd movement demise
Theme and Variations as four solo couples
Rubies as soloist man
Romeo and Juliette as Mercutio and Romeo from J. Cranko
Limb`s Teorem, from W. Forsythe
Artifact, from W. Forsythe
Solor and Golden idol in La Bayadere from Patrice Bart
Raymonda, friends of Prinz from Ray Barra
Giselle, Pas de six main boy from Peter Wright
Solo in Elemental from Jacobo Godani
Swan Lake as Prinz Siegfrid from Ray Barra
Songs of Earth as Death Messenger from Kenneth MacMillan
Le Corsaire as Ali and Konarad from Ivan Liska after Petipa