Abril Bookstore's Music Nights
presents

A BREATH OF ARMENIA
with
Flutist SATO MOUGHALIAN
Harpist ANYA GARIPOLI

Dudukist ARMEN ADAMIAN
Dudukist  PETROS BERBERYAN
Dholist HAIK ADAMIAN


SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 20207:30pm
ABRIL BOOKSTORE
415 E. Broadway, Glendale, CA

 
ADMISSION: $20
Available at Abril Bookstore or online at www.itsmyseat.com/abrilbooks
 
Musicians' proceeds will benefit Children of Armenia Fund.

A Breath of Armenia will be a performance by flutist Sato Moughalian, harpist Anya Garipoli, dudukists Armen Adamian and Petros Berberyan, and dholist Haik Adamian of music by Gomidas, Sayat-Nova, Alan Hovhaness, Eve Beglarian, Tatev Amiryan and other Armenian composers. Performance is generously supported by the Jarvis & Constance Doctorow Family Foundation in collaboration with Perspectives Ensemble.

 

SATO MOUGHALIAN is the author of Feast of Ashes: The Life and Art of David Ohannessian (Redwood Press/Stanford University Press, 2019). She is also an award-winning flutist in New York City and Artistic Director of Perspectives Ensemble, founded in 1993 to explore and contextualize works of composers and visual artists. She serves as principal flutist of the American Modern Ensemble and Gotham Chamber Opera and can be heard on more than thirty chamber music recordings for Sony Classics, BIS, Naxos, as well as on YouTube, Spotify, and other major music platforms. Since 2007, Ms. Moughalian has traveled to Turkey, England, Israel, Palestine, and France to uncover her grandfather’s traces, has published articles, and gives talks on the genesis of Jerusalem's Armenian ceramic art.


Performance is generously supported by the Jarvis & Constance Doctorow Family Foundation in collaboration with Perspectives Ensemble.

Children of Armenia Fund is a non-profit organization that aims to empower rural Armenians through child-centered community development programs.

For more information, call (818) 243-4112.



Abril Bookstore's Music Nights are evenings dedicated to music, through performance, lectures, meetings with artists, and any other experience dealing with Armenian music and any music enjoyed by Armenians throughout the world. Keeping the international aspect of the Armenian Diaspora in mind, these musical evenings will celebrate the music of Armenia as well as the music of the world. Evenings take place on the last Saturday of each month.