My name is Levon
Terteryan and I was born in Armenia. I feel fortunate to have been
nurtured in a family with a rich music heritage. My father was a
classical singer, music teacher and a choir conductor. My
schooling centered around music and I graduated Erevan Komitas
Conservatory in 1982 with a
Masters degree as a Violin Major.
While in Armenia, I
preformed in various symphony orchestras. In 1989 I traveled
with the State Academic Opera and Ballet Theater of Armenia and
performed in New York’s Carnage Hall, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Boston and Wiesbaden Germany. My family moved to the United
States in 1991. My wife and I are proud parents of a son and daughter.
My passion for music
has since evolved into a career in servicing and restoring pianos.
In 1994 I founded Levon’s Piano Service. In 1996 I began working
as an independent contractor for European PianoCraft in Long Beach,
where the uncompromised craft of classic piano restoration is
skillfully preserved. I have had the privilege of restoring, tuning,
voicing and regulating some of
the finest pianos in the world.