The Voice of Armenia

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Հայաստանի ձայնը
Hayastani Dzayne
The Voice of Armenia
Genre Reality competition
Created by John de Mol
Judges
Country of origin Armenia
Original language(s) Armenian
No. of seasons 4
Production
Location(s) Yerevan, Armenia
Release
Original network Armenia TV
Original release 2012
Chronology
Related shows Hay Superstar
X-Factor (Armenia)
External links
The Voice of Armenia

The Voice of Armenia (Armenian: Հայաստանի Ձայնը pronounced Hayastani Dzayne) is an Armenian television singing competition created by John de Mol. The first season was broadcast on Armenia TV. The show premiered in late 2012 continuing to 2013. The rules of the show are based on The Voice of Holland and The Voice (U.S.) and include blind auditions (in Armenian Կույր լսումներ), 'wild card' round, battle phase (in Armenian Մենամարտ), and live rounds (in Armenian Գալա համերգներ).

The Voice of Armenia is open not only to artists from Armenia, but also to Armenians from the Armenian diaspora including Russia.

Season 1 (2012–2013)

The judges of the first season (2012–2013) were Sona, Tata Simonyan, Sofi Mkheyan and Arto Tunçboyaciyan.

Competitors' table
     – Winner
     – Runner-up
     – Third
     – Fourth
     – Eliminated
Team Acts
Sona Hovhannes Antryasyan Mart Babayan Jivan Khachatryan Aida Kalantaryan Anna Papyan Mary (Masha) Mnjoyan
(52.9%)
Sofi Mkheyan Nelly Mesropyan Nshan Karabetyan Arminé Martirossyan Frik Rostomyan Alina Kirakissyan Narek Makaryan
(25.7%)
Arto Tunçboyaciyan Zemma Karabetyan Grigor Kyokchyan Laura Tigranyan Ovsanna Khublaryan Srbuhi Hovhannisyan Gayané Arzumanian
(14.9%)
Tata Simonyan Gurgen Sayatyan Vladimir Boghossyan Aydin Davoudi Gevorg Martirosyan Ani Sahakyan Iskuhi Hovhannisyan
(6.5%)

The winner was Mary "Masha" Mnjoyan from Team Sona with 52.9% of the popular vote in the final broadcast on 30 March 2013. The runner-up was Narek Makaryan from Team Sofi with 25.7% of the vote. Gayané Arzumanian from Team Arto came third and Iskuhi Hovhannisyan from Team Tata fourth. In the final, four Armenian contestants from Russian Voice Golos were invited to perform in the Armenian version. They were Artyom Kacharyan, Edward Khachatryan, Gayane Zakharova, and Margarita Pozoyan.

Season 2 (2013–2014)

The judges of the second season (2013–2014) were Shushan Petrosyan, Hayko, Christine Pepelyan and Michael Poghosyan.

Competitors' table
     – Winner
     – Runner-up
     – Third
     – Fourth
     – Eliminated
Team Acts
Christine Pepelyan Leona Anahit Shahbazyan Anna Khanchalyan
Michael Poghosyan Chinar Isoyan Syuzanna Sirekanyan Arevik Grigoryan
Shushan Petrosyan Vahe Igityan Mane Sargsyan Qristina Mangasaryan
Hayko Armen Hovhannisyan Valera Mayromyan Vigen Aharonyan

Season 3 (2014–2015)

The coaches of the third season (2014–2015) are Sona, Armen Martirosyan, Eva Rivas, and Hayko.[1]

  • 1st place: Raisa Avanesyan (team Sona)
  • 2nd place: Meline Galoyan (team Hayko)
  • 3rd place: Erna Mirzoyan (team Armen)
  • 4th place: Vahe Aleqsanyan (team Eva)

Season 4 (2017)

Format was back to Armenia after 2 years of break. The broadcaster has changed the website of that talent show. The coaches of the fourth season (2017) are Arame, Nune Yesayan, Sevak Khanaghyan, and Sofi Mkheyan.[2]

Competitors' table
     – Winner
     – Runner-up
     – Third
     – Fourth
     – Eliminated
Team Acts
Sevak Khanaghyan Mnats Khanagyan Yeva Abrahamyan Anna Danielyan
Sofi Mkheyan Sona Gyulkhasyan Grigor Davtyan Christina Khalatova
Arame Karen Ughuryan Mash Israyelyan Tigran Karapetyan
Nune Yesayan Anahit Hakobyan Lusine "Soulange" Arutyunova Hayk Gulyan

References

  1. ^ "The Voice of Armenia". The Voice of Armenia. 
  2. ^ "The Voice of Armenia". The Voice of Armenia. armeniatv.am. Retrieved 2017-12-22. 
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