Varujan Kojian (1935 – 1993) was an American conductor of Armenian descent, from Beirut, Lebanon. Kojian studied at the Conservatoire de Paris and by 1956 joined Los Angeles Philharmonic where he became an assistant concertmaster.
Kojian began his job as a conductor in Vienna in mid 60's and by 1971 he began working as an assistant conductor for the Los Angeles Symphony Orchestra.
From 1973 to 1980 Kojian was the guest conductor at the Royal Opera in Stockholm and during the same years he was also working as an associate conductor for the Seattle Symphony.
From 1981 to 1984 Kojian was a director of the Utah Symphony and a year later he became a member of the Santa Barbara Symphony of which he became a director of.