The Spitak Music School, left damaged after the 1988 earthquake, had to wait for the intervention of the Boghossian Foundation in 2000 to finally be renovated. The Foundation is still funding it.

Today, more than 130 pupils visit the school to learn to sing, play the violin, accordion, piano and zither, a key instrument of Armenian culture. After seven years of study, the best students are able to attend the graduate schools of music.

The school currently has 18 classes and a large concert hall.