She has eight CDs to her credit and four children's-music DVDs. Taline has created choreography to go with the songs and she and her two daughters perform it while singing, she said.
Takouhey Saatjian, of La Crescenta, has worked with Taline on writing some of the lyrics for her songs on the DVDs.
"Our main focus is we want to teach children through music a love of their language, and to be active with the music," she said. "I'm a preschool director. At preschool, my kids keep putting Taline's DVDs on over and over again. Every song is interactive and educational, and they are learning their language and singing with Taline."
While Taline's repertoire is mostly songs sung in the Armenian language, some are in English and some are a combination of both languages, she said. They are songs recognizable to both children and parents so they can sing and dance along.
"We ask five or six volunteers to come up on stage and sing along with us," she said. "I love that, when they get up and perform with us. Lots of our songs have choreography, and they have learned the steps from watching our DVDs and they do the steps with us. It's a lot of fun."
The main objective is to grow the young Armenian children's interest in the Armenian language and culture, Taline said.
"We have a lot of Armenian children on the East Coast and in other countries like Thailand who don't hear Armenian spoken at home," she said.
While the children who attend her shows are English-speaking, often they might not understand everything, Taline said, but music is universal and the songs are catchy and upbeat.