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Nov 3 Sun
3:00pm
$15-45

Dilijan Chamber Music Series Presents Heart that Sings

VEM Ensemble
classical
ZIPPER CONCERT HALL

The critically acclaimed Dilijan Chamber Music Series presents its Heart that Sings concert on November 3rd at Zipper Hall in downtown Los Angeles, at 3 PM. Important US Premiere by the living classic of Armenian music, Tigran Mansurian, headlines the concert, which also features new works by Los Angeles composers Artashes and Ashot Kartalyan, as well as beloved masterpiece of the chamber music repertoire, String Sextet No. 2 by Johannes Brahms.

Mezzo-soprano Danielle Segen of the UCLA VEM Ensemble is joined by her VEM colleagues violinists Ji Eun Hwang and Aiko Richter, violist Morgan O’Shaughnessey, and cellist Jason Pegis. Also featured are distinguished musicians Robert deMaine, Principal Cellist of the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, Movses Pogossian (Dilijan Artistic Director and UCLA Professor of Violin), and Varty Manouelian (LA Philharmonic). The concert will also include an exclusive preview presentation of Modulation Necklace, a CD of Armenian Music by the Naxos-distributed New Focus Recordings label, featuring the UCLA VEM Ensemble and an array of internationally renowned artists.

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Jun 24 Thu
10:00am
Free
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