England, November-December 2022



Holland park

Japanese Garden

Royal Albert Hall

Jools Holland and his Rhythm and Blues Orchestra at the Royal Albert Hall, 25 Nov 2022

The Albert Memorial

Hyde Park

Victoria and Albert Museum

Beatrix Potter Exhibition “Drawn to Nature”

Lecicester Square Christmas Market

Abbey Road Studios

Sherlock Holmes Museum

Seven Dials

Covent Garden

International Gospel Choir performing in front of the Wonder Wood

Tower Bridge

Tower of London

Leadenhall Market

Chelsea Physic Garden

Battersea Park and surroundings

Sloane Square

Battersea Power Station

Big Ben and Westminster Abbey

St. James Park

Trafalgar Square

Hampstead Heath

Portobello Market

Christmas lights of Oxford and Regent’s streets

Carnaby Street

London pubs

Picturehouse, Piccadilly Circus

Brighton and Hove


Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!!! 🙂


Starmus VI, Yerevan, Armenia, 5-10 September 2022

Starmus is an international festival of science, music and art which took place in Yerevan, Armenia this year. It featured presentations from scientists, astronauts, cosmonauts, Nobel prize winners and unbelievable concerts from the legendary musicians. I was lucky to see Brian May, Rick Wakeman, Serj Tankian, Tigran Hamasyan, Sons of Appollo, Andrey Makarevich, Simon Philips, Graham Gouldman, Armenian Philarmonic orchestra on one stage. Absolutely unforgattable experience, thanks to Starmus for festival organization, everything was great, including sound and light.

Sonic Concert and Stephen Hawking Medal for Science Communication

Dr. Brian May, musician and astrophysicist, reveived the Stephen Hawking Award.

Rick Wakeman and Armenian Philarmonic orchestra

Sons of Apollo

Sevak Amroyan and Serj Tankian

Tigran Hamasyan

Andrey Makarevich

Another World Concert

Fantastic children’s choir of the Diocese of Tavish performing Queen’s hits while Freddie watching from the screens.


Brian May, Graham Gouldman, Ron Bumblefoot, Derek Sherinian

The one and only Brian May performing beautiful “Another world” song

“Smoke on the water” as a part of Rock Aid Armenia (a humanitarian effort by British music industry to raise money to help those affected by the 1988 Armenian earthquake).

Show must go on!!! Always!

Starmus Science Camp

Beautiful event inspiring young people to get into science which took place at the Freedom Square in front of Opera theatre.

Nemra band


Music for Marsden, London, 03 March 2020

Music for Marsden is an amazing event for raising funds for The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity with a formidable lineup of musicians performing their greatest hits at the O2 Arena, London.

The concert started with the great John Illsley, a founder member of Dire Straits, who performed classics such as “Money For Nothing” and “Sultans of Swing”.

Paul Carrack, a longtime member of Clapton’s touring band, and the singer of songs for several bands, performed his hit with Ace, “How Long”. He then invited Mike Rutherford to play “Over My Shoulder” and cover Genesis “I Can’t Dance”.

Paul Jones, amazing singer, blues harmonica player, actor and a very charismatic person! Paul was singing 2 great songs: “Flamingo” and “Do Wah Diddy”.

Paul Young and Zucchero playing “Senza Una Donna” and Zucchero singing “Miserere” joined by Gary Brooker of Procol Harum as a tribute to Luciano Pavarotti. Very moving moment!

Beautiful Bonnie Tyler was singing her hits “Holding Out for the Hero” and “Total Eclipse of the Heart” supported by thousands of people at the venue singing along and switching on the lights.

Simply Red’s Mick Hucknall performed “Stars” and “Something Got Me Started” followed by amazing duet with Tom Jones singing “Ain’t That a Lot of Love”.

Nick Mason took the stage for quite unusual version of Pink Floyd’s fantastic song “Comfortably Numb” supported by amazing band of Guy Pratt, Andy Fairweather Low, Graham Broad, Geoff Whitehorn, Gary Brooker and Olivia Keast.

Yusuf Cat Stevens and Rick Wakeman playing “Morning Has Broken” on stage together for the first time since they recorded it in 1971, what an amazing experience it was! Also Rick Wakeman played the Beatles cover “Eleanor Rigby” and Cat Stevens performed his great timeless song “Wild World”.

The one and only Eric Clapton performed three songs: “Key to the Highway”, “Stormy Monday”, “Crossroads”. The last time Eric performed Stormy Monday was with the Allman Brothers band at the Beacon theatre in New York City in March 2009.

The highlights of the evening included Van Morrison and Eric Clapton jamming on “Help Me”, “Three Chords and the Truth” and “Does Love Conquer All”. They were also joined by Paul Jones playing the harmonica.

Tom Jones got everyone in the place dancing with “Delilah”. He also performed his greatest hits “Green, Green Grass of Home” and “Strange Things Happening Every Day”. Paul Wickens joined Paul Jones playing the accordion.