Nersik Ispiryan is a courageous old-fashioned Armenian with a strong voice, who glorified his name in his homeland with his patriotic political position and revolutionary songs of his own composition and performance.
Nesrik Ispiryan was born in Yerevan on May 15, 1963. His grandfather was a singing teacher, and therefore the child from the age of five mastered the long and difficult passages of Caucasian songs, delighting relatives in his musical family.
In 1980, Nesrik graduated from high school No. 160 in the capital of Armenia, then part of the Soviet Union, and went to serve in the army for two years. There he took part in amateur performances and developed his talents. Soon after the service, he realized that he wanted to get a professional singing education and entered the Yerevan Conservatory in 1987, where at the same time he became a soloist of the Akunk folk ensemble.
By that time, the USSR began to fall apart and popular unrest broke out in Armenia. Two years after the conservatory, in 1995, together with his father, he moved to the United States for permanent residence due to the pressure exerted on the family by the government of Levon Ter-Petrosyan.
The events of the nineties left a serious imprint on the character of the young musician. He began to compose songs in which he tried to convey his love for his homeland and his feelings for those who destroyed the peace in Armenia. At the same time, Ispiryan constantly emphasizes that his works are not born for the sake of money, they are aimed at patriotism and the preservation of Armenian identity.
Together with his father, Nesrik created more than forty songs dedicated to the war and the soldiers of Artsakh, while not forgetting about folk tunes and reworking old songs in a modern way. For example, a musician performs songs from the times of the Ottoman Empire, telling about the struggle of his people in those days. His revolutionary, national liberation motives and words are heard in almost every home of the Armenian diaspora around the world.
During his career, the famous singer has released about 20 DVDs and CDs, was awarded the high title "Honored Artist of Armenia", performs in front of Armenian communities around the world. Often these are joint concerts with other Armenian musicians. Nesrik practically does not use English, who knows perfectly well, and teaches his children never to forget their homeland, is engaged in charity work and is quite active in concert today.
Nesrik is fond of boxing at a professional level and is in love with the magic voice of Ophelia Hambardzumyan, the legendary Armenian singer. The singer is married, he has two daughters and a son, Arabo, who recently married the daughter of the ex-governor of the Gegharkunik region of Armenia and is also engaged in singing, like his father. Ispiryan is an example of true patriotism and the unyielding spirit of a small but great people for all his compatriots.