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A Concert to Remember
Featuring concert pianist Karén Hakobyan performing “The Warsaw Concerto” and the Connecticut debut of his “Symphony #2,” violinist Carin Wiesner performing “Three Pieces from Schindler’s List,” baritone Mark McNally narrating Copeland’s “Lincoln Portrait” and singing “In Flanders Fields.”
Karén Hakobyan, Pianist
Karén Hakobyan has emerged as a versatile force on the international musical scene.
Since his acclaimed Carnegie Hall debut at the age of seventeen, he has been performing in major concert halls in Armenia, Argentina, Mexico, Germany, France, and the United States.
New York reviewer Phillip Dieckow wrote in his review of Mr. Hakobyan’s Carnegie performance:
“It is very difficult for me to be objective with this pianist. I am seldom moved to tears by performances any longer and even more seldom so delighted with breath-taking playing that I feel like dancing. Both were evoked during this young man’s performance.”
The WHSO is thrilled to bring such an amazing talent to the local area, and we cannot wait for October!