Armenian composer’s symphony to be performed at international festival

Armenian composer’s symphony to be performed at international festival

PanARMENIAN.Net - Moscow will host the Festival of the World’s Symphonic Orchestras on June 1-21, which will feature Armenian composer Aver Terteryan’s 5th symphony performed by Russian Yaroslavl Academic Symphonic Orchestra.

Renowned Armenian kamancha player Hakob Khalatyan will participate in the performance as soloist, by invitation of Yaroslavl orchestra’s artistic head and chef conductor Murad Annamamedov and with support of the Armenian Ministry of Culture.

Aver Terteryan’s son Ruben Terteryan will also attend the festival as musical consultant.

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