A Cultural Evening at Hagopian with Author, Astrig Tutelian




BIRMINGHAM, Mich. — First-time author Astrig Tutelian was hosted by the Hagopian family at their Birmingham showroom to present her new book, My Life’s Journey. The autobiography chronicles her incredible journey.

Introducing herself, Tutelian told attendees that she was born in Egypt but knew by age 12 that she would somehow travel to America to realize her dreams of pursuing a formal education in music. Bolstered by her unshakeable faith and the support of a loving family she traveled alone to America at age 19 and her intriguing life story grows with each chapter. She and her husband now reside in Sylvania, Ohio and are active in the metro Detroit Armenian community.

Following her presentation, guests mingled at a reception where they enjoyed light refreshments and conversation with the author and her husband.

Her book can be found on Amazon.com, where it has received positive feedback from readers.

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The Hagopian Family is committed to community involvement which includes among other things sponsoring a statewide Essay Competition for high school students on the Armenian Genocide; hosting the Detroit Chamber Winds “Night Notes” concert series in their Birmingham showroom; sponsoring a design competition for students at the College for Creative Studies and recognition as a major benefactor to the Detroit Institute of Arts.


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