Boyadjian Compositions to Be Performed at Three Concerts


LEXINGTON, Mass. — Lexington Grammy Nominee composer Hayg Boyadjian’s compositions will be performed at three venues in the month of June 2019. The first performance will take place at the Christ and St. Stephen’s Church, 120 West 69th St., New York, on Tuesday, June 18, at 8 p.m. by the North/South Consonance Chamber Orchestra conducted by composer Max Lifchitz. The concert will include Boyadjian’s composition Fourth Canticle for flute and string orchestra, and will also feature works by composers Teresa Carreno, Fererico, Ermirio, Max Lifchitz, and Julia Mermelstein.

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The second concert will take place at the Wellfleet Library, Wellfleet, Mass., on Cape Cod, on Friday, June 21 at 7:30 p.m. The performers will include two virtuoso musicians: pianist Constantine Finehouse from the New England Conservatory Faculty, and violoncellist Mickey Katz, member of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, they both perform frequently in chamber music ensembles. They will perform Boyadjian’s solo piano piece Kaleidoscope, written for and premiered by Georgian pianist Yelena Beriyeva, and Third Canticle for piano and cello. The concert will also include Beethoven’s cello Sonata No. 3 in A major and another classic work to be announced.

For more information call Jennifer Wertkin at the library.

The third concert will take place at the 34th Symposium of Contemporary Music Saturday, June 29 at 8 p.m. at the Auditorium of the Faculty of Humanities & Arts of Rosario, in Rosario, Argentina. Boyadjian’s composition Triaco for flute solo will be performed and works by KeesArntzen (Amsterdam), Marisol Gentile (Argentina), and the late Astor Piazzolla (Argentina) famous innovator of the tango form. Boyadjian at the request of the director of the Rosario Chamber Ensemble, Marisol Gentile, has written a new work for the ensemble to be premiered in June 2020. The Rosario Ensemble has performed in the past other works by Boyadjian.

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