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Marten Yorgantz

Marten Yorgantz (born June 24, 1946 in Istanbul) is a popular French-Armenian singer and composer. He is recognized as the most popular Armenian singer in Europe. He recorded 24 albums in different languages, mostly in Armenian, Italian and French. Among his well-known hits are "Chkuytik", "Hayi Achker", "Hayeren Ergenk", "Ayp, Pen, Kim", "Ay Maral Maral", "Partir pour ne plus revenir" and others. In 1980 he opened a restaurant at Saint Georges, in the heart of Paris, where he regularly sings. In 1976, he opened a second restaurant called Cappadocia in the Armenian populated Alfortville district outside of Paris. After the Spitak earthquake he gave about 100 concerts for the Armenian children. Awards: Golden micro, France, 1967, Gold medal of Karot festival, Moscow, 2008
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