Aram Gevorkian was born on January 12th, 1951 in Yerevan, Armenia in a musician family. He started playing violin at age 6 and followed all the steps in a traditional musical training by studying at the Tchaikovsky School of Music and at the Yerevan Komitas State Conservatory in the class of Professor G. Bogdanian.
During his studies, he worked with the Armenian Radio and Television Orchestra.
In 1973, the young musician moved to Moscow and joined the USSR Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra under the direction of M. Chostakovitch. In 1981, he joined the Russian Ministry of Culture Symphony Orchestra under the direction of G. Rojdestvenski.
Between 1980 and 1990, he was often invited by all major Russian orchestras such as the Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra in Moscow, the Russian National Symphony Orchestra, the Moscow Radio Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra, etc. and played under the direction of internationally renowned conductors such as M. Chostakovitch, G. Rojdestvenski, I. Temirkanov, E. Svetlanov, A. Khatchatourian, V. Gergiev, M. Jansons, Z. Mehta, Y. Menuhin, A. Schnitke, A. Babadjanyan, S. Gubaidulina, T. Khrennikov… He also took part in numerous tours that brought him on every continent.
In 1991, he moved with his family in Belgium. He then joined the La Monnaie Symphony Orchestra and performed in several concert halls under the direction of famous conductors such as A. Pappano, K. Ono and A. Altinoglu.