A graduate of the Yerevan Conservatory, composer and keyboardist Gary Kesayan, one of the first in Armenia began playing jazz, but in the most congested times even organized one of the first jazz club in Yerevan, which lasted a surprisingly long time. There, in the evening, along with his partners, he himself had played jazz standards and even then tried to create their own works. In the 90s of XX century., Like many in those years, he left the country and went to America. There he succeeded - he just lived the music, loved jazz, even in prosperous America can not please everyone. He succeeded.
Gary Kesayan wrote the music, made arrangements, recording albums and giving concerts. The first Yerevan International Jazz Festival in 1998 was the occasion of his return to his homeland after a long hiatus. At the same time, in America, his first album - "For You". In 2000 he wrote the soundtrack to film - "Symphony of Silence".
Currently, the musician is quite active, creative life - a lot of acts, organizes a series of concerts, one of which has already become traditional ("Christmas Jazz Nights"), which invites you, as their American partners, and local musicians. Kesayana favorite instrument is the classic cult instrument Hammond B3 electric organ, which he speaks perfect. Despite the fact that the music he writes and performs is apparently characteristic of the classic prog-jazz, funk and rhythm and blues, however, it is easy to discern its essence and soul of the Armenian.