b. NY, USA. A Magna Cum Laude graduate of Ithaca University, in 1987 Nazarian became a founding person in NY Voices with Darmon Meader, Peter Eldridge, Caprice Fox (all Ithaca alumni), and Sara Krieger. Among performers with whom NY Voices made an appearance are Ray Dark brown, Joshua Redman, the Count number Basie Orchestra, Jim Hall, George Benson and Paquito D’Rivera, while like a presented soloist, Nazarian caused Dark brown and Stanley Turrentine on the Pittsburgh Ballet Theater creation, Indigo In Movement. Nazarian in addition has performed and occasionally documented with guitarist Joe Negri (Afternoon In Rio), the 21st Hundred years Swing Music group, and Un Eco, a Latin music group in Boston, Massachusetts. She’s also been energetic carrying out radio and tv jingles. Interested and energetic in musical education, Nazarian conceived and performed WAY BACK WHEN And A LONG WAY AWAY, an interactive concert for kids. Another educational task which Nazarian made an appearance is Crimson Dragonfly In NY; this JVC Information CD, released just in Japan, comprised Japanese folk tunes which have been modified to traditional western musical form and so are sung in British language translations. Carrying on her educational function, Nazarian continues to be involved with a kids’s radio program, also entitled WAY BACK WHEN And A LONG WAY AWAY, a multi-media CD-Rom, along with a publication and video/Dvd and blu-ray coping with vocal technique. Nazarian also shows tone of voice privately and through treatment centers, workshops, and expert classes.