Zohrab Tadevosyan is an Armenian-born Spanish violinist and pedagogue. He began to study violin at the age of 6 with his first teacher, Levón Zoryán. From the age of 13, he studied under the tutelage of his uncle, Professor Eduard Tadevosyan, who was, in turn, a disciple of the great virtuoso violinist of the 20th century Leonid Kogan. After achieving a remarkable career, in 2002 Zohrab Tadevosyan moved to Madrid and studied at the Reina Sofía School of Music with Zakhar Bron.
Since 2003 he serves as an assistant concertmaster of the Orchestra of Teatro Real in Madrid.
Zohrab Tadevosyan is considered an important figure on the international musical-pedagogical scene, he is primarily focused on violin pedagogy. Zohrab Tadevosyan is a regular guest at the most important European festivals, he is a guest artist at the Santander Music Festival. Since 2016 he is invited professor at the summer course in Nagold (Germany), Malta Classical Music Academy, Academia
Internacional de Musica de Cagliari. In addition, he teaches in Japan and is regularly invited to give masterclasses.
As a Jury member he is being invited to the most important violin international competitions among them; International Luis Spohr Violin Competition in 2019 and Aram Khachaturian International Violin competition in 2020, Joseph Joachim International Violin Competition in 2021.
From 2010-2020 he has served as Professor at the Reina Sofía School of Music in Madrid along with his musical mentor, legendary Prof. Ana Chumachenco.