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Cafesjian Classical Music Series: Hakob Atyan, Astghik Vardanyan, Arthur Avanesov

February 01, 2012
The concert season of 2012 at the Cafesjian Center for the Arts begins!

Join us at the Special Events Auditorium for the Cafesjian Classical Music Series.

Hakob Atyan, cello 
Astghik Vardanyan, violin
Arthur Avanesov, piano

In program: 

W.A.Mozart    
L.V.Beethoven        
F.Mendelssohn        

Time: 20:00
Ticket: 2,000 AMD

IMPORTANT: The concert starts at 20.00 sharp. No entry to the Auditorium after the performance starts.  

Reservation is required, for inquiries please call (010) 56 72 62.
Please remember we have a reservation service – you can SELECT YOUR FAVORITE TABLE at the Special Events Auditorium! Just stop by the Visitor Center to select the table you prefer as you buy tickets.
We shall make sure your favorite table is reserved for you!
Become a member of the Cafesjian Center for the Arts and get a 10% discount on tickets to all concerts, events, and merchandise in the Museum Store.

PLEASE NOTE OUR INITIATIVE: tickets for all musical programs include free admission to CCA galleries once throughout one week.
 

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