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Flutist Tigran Arakelyan to perform free concert in Glendale

Flutist Tigran Arakelyan to perform free concert in Glendale

PanARMENIAN.Net - Armenian-American conductor/flutist Tigran Arakelyan will perform a free concert at Komitas Hall (Lark Conservatory) in Glendale CA on January 21 at 6 PM.

Mr. Arakelyan was a Conducting Fellow with California Philharmonic and Music Director of Cadence Chamber Orchestra in Seattle. Currently he is the Assistant Conductor of California State University Orchestra, Northridge Youth Philharmonic and Discovery Players. He is a recipient of Nellie Cornish, Welland Jordan Scholarships, 1st place winner of the Armenian Allied Arts Competition and Cornish College of the Arts Grant recipient. Mr. Arakelyan studied flute with Paul Taub, John Barcellona, Dr. Stephen Preston and Shigenori Kudo. Conducting with Adam Stern and chamber music with Bern Herbolsheimer and Stephen Stubbs. In 2008 he played alongside James Galway during his induction into Hollywood Bowl Hall of Fame.

He will be playing with a fellow Armenian, pianist Maria Petrosyan who is a graduate of University of Irvine and UCLA. The program includes pieces of the 20th century, along with a premiere of Mr. Arakelyan's flute work "Sustain".

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