The French musical icon of Armenian descent, and one of the greatest recording artists of all times — CHARLES AZNAVOUR — will perform in Perth at the HBF Stadium, this year on October 1st, as part of his Farewell Tour in Australia.
» “Entertainer of the Century” – CNN Poll 1998
» Recently awarded a Walk of Fame Star – Class of 2018
» A career spanning over 70 years – touring at 93 years of age! » Wrote 800 songs including legendary “She” and “Yesterday
When I Was Young”
» Recorded 1,200 songs
» Over 180 million records sold across the world
» Performed with the greatest (Frank Sinatra, Liza Minelli,
Céline Dion, Shirley Bassey, Julio Iglesias, Elton John etc.)
» Sings in 8 languages
Internationally known and often referred to as the “French Frank Sinatra”, Charles Aznavour is an author, singer-songwriter-composer, an actor, and the official UN Ambassador of Armenia.
The son of Armenian immigrants struggled against all the odds to launch his singing career in France.
He is inspiring by his passion for music as an international last standing star and very well known for his powerful on-stage charisma and incredible willpower.
His poetry and the feelings that he conveys with the right words moves and reaches across all the generations!