Classical Music Concert by Grammy Nominated Composer, Hayg Boyadjian

June 21st at Wellfleet Library
Hayg Boyadjian, Grammy Nominee Composer (Courtesy photo)

Classical Music Concert by Grammy Nominated Composer, Hayg Boyadjian

Friday, June 21st, 7:30 PM at Wellfleet Library

The concert will include two compositions by part-time Wellfleet resident Grammy Nominee composer Hayg Boyadjian, Two outstanding virtuoso musicians will perform:  Constantine Finehouse-piano, from the New England Conservatory Faculty, and Mickey Katz-violoncellist, member of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, who also performs frequently in chamber music ensembles. Pianist Finehouse will perform Boyadjian’s solo piano piece “Kaleidoscope”, and the two musicians will perform Boyadjian’s  “Third Canticle” for cello and piano. Also on the program will be Beethoven’s well known Sonata No. 3 in A major for cello and piano, and finally Claude Debussy’s Sonata also for cello and piano.

Sponsored by the Wellfleet Cultural Council.

Hayg Boyadjian, Grammy Nominee Composer, was born in 1938 in Paris, France. He started his musical studies at the Liszt Conservatory, in Buenos Aires. In 1958 he immigrated to the USA. In the USA he continued his musical studies as a special student first at the New England Conservatory and later at Brandeis University.

He has composed a large number of works from chamber to symphonic. Many of his compositions have been performed throughout the world. Some of his chamber and symphonic compositions are recorded on the following CD labels: Living Music; Society of Composers Recordings; North/South Consonance Recordings; Opus One Recordings; and Albany Records. 

He is a member of the Composers' Union of Armenia, ASCAP, Society of Composers, the MacDowell Colony, and others. His name is found in the Who's Who in American Music, the International Who's Who in Music.He has received awards from ASCAP, Meet the Composer, the Lexington Arts Council-MA, the New England Foundation-Meet the Composer, the Fiftieth Anniversary Commission Project-American Music Center, and others. welcomes thoughtful comments and the varied opinions of our readers. We are in no way obligated to post or allow comments that our moderators deem inappropriate. We reserve the right to delete comments we perceive as profane, vulgar, threatening, offensive, racially-biased, homophobic, slanderous, hateful or just plain rude. Commenters may not attack or insult other commenters, readers or writers. Commenters who persist in posting inappropriate comments will be banned from commenting on