Erevan Choral Society in performance

Erevan Choral Society to Perform in Concert on April 24 Commemorating Armenian Genocide


CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — After two years of inactivity due to Coronavirus pandemic, the proverbial Erevan Choral Society of Greater Boston resumes its musical activities.  The first most anticipated concert will be held on Sunday, April 24 at 1:30 p.m. in the sanctuary of Holy Trinity Armenian Church.

The complimentary concert will be dedicated to the Martyrs of the Armenian Genocide of 1915-1923.  The chorus will be accompanied by soloists and students of the Armenian School of Holy Trinity Church.

“The excitement and the enthusiasm of the choral members were visible during the first rehearsal”, says Konstantin Petrossian, the musical director of the choral society.  Most members of the choral were present, and it was a pleasant surprise to see the presence of new members.  At the present time, the choral members are actively rehearsing and preparing a beautiful repertoire of Armenian patriotic songs.

All members of the Armenian community in the Greater Boston Area and beyond are invited to attend this concert.

— Aida Diloyan


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