The creative range of Andranik Kecheck is wide and varied. It includes author's evenings, solo performances, participation in ensembles, and concert-improvistaions.
As a composer, he has written: musicals "Forgotten Tale" (2002) based on texts by Toomas Kuter, "Teremok" (2005) and "The Other" (2007) - both based on texts by Tatyana Buynova, music for 22 plays, music for films "Florian's Exercises" (Estonia-Germany, 1999, director Peter Herzog), "Children of the Refugee Camp" (Estonia, 2000, directors Andrus Prikk and Toomas Kummel), "Lernavan" (Lithuania, 2009, director Marat Sargsyan), musical performance "Cabaret Marseille" based on texts by Loone Ots (2009-2010),
not to mention songs, piano pieces, vocal-instrumental cycles, and choreographic suites.
Together with Irina Zolotova, he is the author of an improvisation teaching method that he successfully implements in work with his students.
From 1996 to 2007, he taught at the G. Ots Tallinn Music School. Since 2005, he has been working at the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre.
A. Kecheck has recorded several CD albums. These include "Komitas" (1998), "Impro" (2002), "Mysterious Light" (from 1999 to 2004), and "Cabaret Marseille" (2013)