World Committee for the registration of the Guinness book of records confirmed the record of famous Armenian violinist, honored artist of Armenia Nikolay Madoyan. 11-12 February 2017 in the House of chamber music after Komitas for 33 hours (with breaks for 5 minutes every hour) Madoyan performed 59 selected works of the musical treasures of the world, including Komitas. “On 25 July the world the Committee of Guinness world records confirmed my musical record set up in Yerevan a few months ago,” wrote Madoyan on his page in social network Facebook. He recalled that he has been performing at prestigious stages for 30 years, that is, his creative activity is the same age as the Artsakh Liberation Movement. And he dedicated his victory to the soldiers-liberators, who won a great victory Nikolay Madoyan was born in 1973 in Yerevan. He studied with well-known musicians Bogdanian, Bron, Stern, Solovyov, participated in concerts with world-famous conductors and the best symphony orchestras of the world (K. Mazur, R. Hickoss, F. Bruzgem, K. Abbado, A. Katz, D. Kitaenko, V. Gergiev, L. Hager, M. Bambert, R. Duffalo, N. Alekseev, and others In 1988 he won the All-Union Tchaikovsky Competition for Young Performers, and in 1991 – George Kullenkampf International Violin Competition. In Europe, Madoyan made his debut as a concert soloist at the festival in Schleswig-Holstein with the Mariinsky Theater Orchestra conducted by Valery Gergiev. Among the subsequent notable performances of Madoyan was a tour of Germany with the chamber orchestra “London Mozart Players” (1996, 12 concerts, conductor Matthias Bamert) and the execution of 24 caprices by Nicolo Paganini in the Genoese church of San Donato where the composer was baptized (2000). Madoyan recorded seven albums at the company “Kontrapunkt” (Denmark), including Sonata by Sergei Prokofiev and Edward Grig’s Sonata, recognized as the best among similar records by The Strad. Now Madoyan lives in Germany. In honor of the 13th anniversary of Armenia’s independence, he was awarded the title of Honored Artist of the Republic of Armenia, as well as the title of Honorary Professor of the Yerevan State Conservatory.