Ara Gevorgyan is an Armenian musician, composer and musical producer. In 2004 he was awarded the Honorary Artist of the Republic of Armenia title. Gevorgyan is the son of Armenian folk-singer Valya Samvelyan. 1983 to 1987 he studied at Armenian State Pedagogical University at the faculty of woodwind instruments and pop music department.
In 1987-1989 Gevorgyan taught conducting at the same Institute, then he worked at Armenian Television ("3 Alik" TV program). In 1983 he founded the "Rally" Armenian pop-rock band, the participant of "Song-85" festival. He participated in the Opening Ceremony of the Cultural Year of Armenia in Russia hosted at the Moscow Kremlin Music Hall and was honored by the presence of the presidents of Armenia and Russia and the famous singer Charles Aznavour.
Ara Gevorgyan co-operates with Jivan Gasparyan, Ian Gillan, Demis Roussos, Pedro Eustache, Daniel Decker and others. Among his most popular songs are "Adana", "Artsakh", "Ov Hayots Ashkharh" and "Ovkyanosits ayn koghm". Gevorgyan also composed the music for Russian prima ballerina Anastasia Volochkova's "Golden Cage", ballet dedicated to the Bolshoi Theater.
Gevorgyan has been awarded by the "Mikhail Lomonosov" Russian medal and the gold medal of the Ministry of Culture of Armenia.