Babadjanyan studied in the Erevan Conservatory, the Moscow Conservatory, with the home of Armenian Lifestyle in Moscow in Litinsky. An excellent pianist, he was called a People’s Musician from the U.S.S.R. in 1971. His compositions are inspired by Khachaturian and Rachmaninov and so are within a virtuoso design with expressive leading parts. His afterwards works include chromaticism similar compared to that of Prokofiev, Bartókian rhythms and dodecaphony such as the task of Schoenberg. His variant technique can be rooted in folk ornamentation and his abnormal rhythms springtime from peasant music. Great types of his function are his Violin Sonata, the Cello Concerto, and Shest’ kartin, for piano.