Keyboard Concerts: Win tickets to Armenian chamber ensemble

Chilingirian, Hakobyan and Bagratuni will perform Friday at Fresno State’s Concert Hall

Keyboard Concerts is best known for the world-class pianists it brings to Fresno on a regular basis. But the series also hosts several special events each season, including chamber music.

A concert at Fresno State (8 p.m. Friday, March 2) brings together three of today’s most prominent Armenian musicians: violinist Levon Chilingirian, cellist Suren Bagratuni and pianist/composer Karen Hakobyan. They have received international acclaim for their activities as performers, pedagogues, competition jurors and recording artists.

The concert is co-sponsored by the Philip Lorenz Memorial Keyboard Concerts series, the Fresno State Armenian Studies program and the Orpheus Chamber Ensemble.

Trios by Haydn, Beethoven and Babadjanian will be performed. You can read about the musicians here:

Levon Chilingirian

Karen Hakobyan

Suren Bagratuni

Ticket giveaway: Here’s a bonus for readers of The Munro Review. I’m giving away a pair of tickets to the Friday concert. To enter, leave a comment on this post telling us if you’ve ever been to Keyboard Concerts before. I’ll select the winner at random. Deadline to enter is noon Thursday, March 1.


Concert info

Chilingirian-Hakobyan-Bagratuni trio, Keyboard Concerts, 8 p.m. Friday, March 2, Fresno State Concert Hall. Tickets are $25 general, $18 seniors, $5 students.


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Author: Donald Munro

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5 thoughts on “Keyboard Concerts: Win tickets to Armenian chamber ensemble”

  1. We’ve attended the Keyboard Concerts since they began. One of the many memorable program involved the Canadian pianist playing Ludwig’s demanding last three sonatas from memory.

  2. I have never been to a Keyboard Concert, but I would like to go to one because I’m a self taught piano player, and would like to see a world class pianist in concert.

  3. I was treated to one concert and sat behind a women who played piano and watched her tears as she mentally played along with the pianist. It was beautifully touching.

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