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PhD Candidate Kevork Andonian reports on two recent concerts

January 5th, 2012 · No Comments

Zipper Hall

On October 29, 2011 Kevork Andonian’s arrangement of Astor Piazzolla’s “Libertango” was performed by the Los Angeles Dream Orchestra at Zipper Hall as part of their debut concert. ?The orchestra was founded by Daniel Suk who is also a Doctoral Candidate at HASOM. UCLA voice professor Vladimir Chernov and former UCLA vocal student Erin Wood were among the soloists at this concert.

A couple of weeks later Kevork performed some of his solo piano compositions in Ottawa, Canada at a concert organized by the Ottawa New Music Creators. ?The concert held at Caf? Paradiso on November 14 was part the “Contemporary Revolution” series which the new music organization runs regularly.? Kevork received funding from the HASOM Student Opportunity Fund to help cover travel expenses for this performance.

The photo was taken after the Zipper Hall concert. ?(From Right to Left: ?Kevork Andonian, Erin Wood, Daniel Suk, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Neuen.)

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