Lévon Sayan or Levon Sanosyan (Armenian: Լևոն Սայան, born December 17, 1934) is a French-Armenian impresario and producer, as well as an operatic tenor.
Lévon Sayan was born in Aix-en-Provence, France, in a family of Armenian Genocide survivors from Sivas, who tried to emigrate to the US. In 1956 Sayan moved to the US, where he worked as the President of the New York Association of VIP hairdressing.
Sayan started a career as a classical singer in 1966. Sayan recorded his first disc with Renée Doria. As a tenor, he sang in "Rigoletto", "Faust", "Carmen" and other operas. Sayan has also been the impresario of Liza Minnelli, Plácido Domingo and Mario del Monaco, and he is widely known as the long-time (since 1964) impresario and friend of Charles Aznavour.
On May 23, 2003, during a special reception the president of Armenia, Robert Kocharyan, honored him with the Khorenatsi medal. In 2006 he received the "Special Prize" of the Armenian National Music Award.
In 2008 Sayan and Aznavour were granted Armenian citizenship by the President of Armenia. In 2009 Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan signed a decree on awarding Lévon Sayan with the Order of Honor.