Ani Umedyan began her study on the violin at the age of seven in Music School with professor Paris Yerkanyan. Due to fine skills and natural musicality Umedyan was admitted to Romanos Melikyan Music College 1995. In 1999, Umedyan was granted a full scholarship for her outstanding talent, allowing her to pursue her musical training at the Yerevan State Conservatory under professor Bagrat Vardanyan, an outstanding musician and teacher. Umedyan graduated from Yerevan State Conservatory in 2004, specialising in solo violin and chamber music with Master's Degree.
Since being a student, Umedyan played a great number of concerts in Armenia, Europe, Australia, Iran, participated in various music festivals and master courses in Europe and Australia. At the age of 20, Umedyan was selected to perform Bach’s double violin concerto with Yerevan Youth Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Mr. David Harutyunyan.
Umedyan has collaborates with great musicians such as Philippe Graffin (France), Maria Egelhoff (Germany), Levon Chilingirian (UK), Charles Avsharian (USA), Robert Masters (Australia), Sven Arne Tepl (Netherlands), Asdis Vladimirsdottir (Iceland), Usi Wiesel (Israel), Michaela Martin (Romania), Victor Correa Cruz (Spain) and others.
Umedyan is in professional co-operation with many orchestras, conductors, pianists and chamber ensembles. As from 2004, Umedyan has performed in a number of premiers in Armenia, mostly sonatas, which added to her recognition as a versatile and professional performer.
Umedyan is the founder of the "Armenian Heritage Ensemble, Singapore" a group of Armenian artists, living and performing in Singapore. In addition to her performances, Umedyan has an intensive career in teaching. From 2004 to 2008, Umedyan did chamber music assistantship at the Yerevan State Conservatory.