The Little Singers of Armenia choir's concert tour in Switzerland

In 2016, the Little Singers of Armenia choir, (artistic director and conductor Tigran Hekekyan) had 25-day concert tour in Switzerland dedicated to the 25th anniversary of the Independence of  Armenia. The choir performed in 16 cities, in churches, temples and concert halls of the French, Italian and German parts of the country: world-famous "Victoria Hall" (Geneva), "Pully" (Lausanne), "Del Castillo" (Veve), St. Martin Catholic Church, St. Michel Church, Martini-Ville Church, Oysh Catholic Church, Saint Legier la Chiesaz, St. Maurice Church, Pully Church, Valere Cathedral, Aesch Catholic Church, Collegio Papio Church, Sacro Cuore , Sacro Benignus Catholic church, Wintherthur conservatory concert hall.

Mesrop Mashtots, Komitas, Alexander Harutyunyan, Robert Petrosyan, Stepan Shakaryan, Yervand Yerkanyan, David Halajyan contemporary works, as well as classical, folk and foreign composition were performed.

The Little Singers of Armenia choir performed a memorable solo concert at the world-famous Victoria Hall, in the Valere Church of Zion, where the world's oldest organ is located. The choir also performed in the Fribourg Choir Festival, churches and nationalal celebrations.