Angelo Ephrikian (October 20, 1913 – October 30, 1982) was an Italian musicologist and violinist of Armenian descent. Angelo Ephrikian was born in Treviso, Italy. Ephrikian started studying the violin in 1919, with Luigi Ferro. However, after he attended law school he began working in the legal field.
Angelo Ephrikian gave up his legal career in order to join the resistance movement against Italian fascism by joining partisan forces. After World War II, Ephrikian became a conductor.
Ephrikian was a pioneer of early Italian music. Ephrikian took an active part in the rediscovery of the works of Vivaldi. Ephrikian directed the first contemporary opera of Vivaldi's Fida Ninfa in 1958.
Angelo Ephrikian founded the independent Arcophon record label in 1960, recorded the complete works of Gesualdo with the Quintetto Vocale Italiano by 1965. This was reissued by Newton Classics on 6 CDs in 2012. Angelo Ephrikian died in Rome in 1982 at the age of 79.