Concerts and Other Events
Willow Flute Ensemble
Saturday October 20, 2012, 7:30 pm
World premiere of Danzas Ocultas No. 2 by Hayg Boyadjian. Plus music by Handel, Purcell, Boismortier, Rodrigo, and John Cage.
Location: Third Life Studiio, 33 Union Square , Somerville, MA
Aaron performs on shared program on Beacon Hill
Friday January 27, 2012, 8 pm
Advent Library Concert Series
Boston premieres of New Lullabies by Fletcher, McDonald, Spaneas & Boyadjian.
Also performing: Ashley Addington, flute, and Rachel Arnold, cello, & The Vortex Other Dimensions Ensemble.
Admission: $10 (suggested donation), reception to follow
Location: Church of the Advent Library, 30 Brimmer Street (enter on Mt Vernon)
Boston, MA 02108
New Lullabies with Aaron Larget-Caplan
Sunday, December 18 at 3pm
Aaron Larget-Caplan, guitar
Works by Hayg Boyadjian, John McDonald, Canary Burton, and others.
A New Lullaby Project Premiere Concert
Saturday December 10, 8 pm
Aaron Larget-Caplan, guitar
New Lullabies by: Hayg Boyadjian, Alan Fletcher, Canary Burton, John McDonald, Thomas L. Read, and others.
Admission $ 15.00, students $ 12.00; milk and cookies reception to follow.
Larget-Caplan Solo Recitals in Texas
Friday, Oct. 21, 2011 at 8:30pm
Esquina Tango presents
Dance, Love, Sleep – Spanish and flamenco dances, Argentine Tango, Venezuelan waltzes and serenades.
A concert of Spanish and Latin American dances
New music by Hayg Boyadjian.
Location: Esquina Tango
Saturday, Oct. 22, 2011 at 7:30pm
Greater Houston Guitar Guild prestents
Dance, Love, Sleep, Bach - Spanish classical and flamenco dances & serenades, Argentine tangos, Mertz, Bach, and new music by Hayg Boyadjian & Alan Fletcher.
Aaron's debut with the Greater Houston Guitar Guild
Admission: $18 general public, $15 Guild Members (or 2 for $25), $12 seniors, $10 students
Location: Salon Concert at a private residence in the Memorial Neighborhood of Katy, TX
(for address and directions, please email Valerie Hartzell at firstname.lastname@example.org)
Information: 281-395-9066 or email@example.com
Great Music at Sundays at 5 presents My Spanish Nature
Sunday October 9, 2011 at 5pm
Aaron Larget-Caplan - guitar, and John Thomas - piano
Program: Hayg Boyadjian - Mi Tango, Boccherini - Fandango, Rodrigo - Concierto de Aranjuez, Debussy & De Falla, and the world premiere of Whispers a new lullaby by Canary Burton.
Unitarian Universalist Meeting House of Provincetown,
636 Commercial St, Provincetown, MA
Admission: $15, 12 & under free
Boston Classical Guitar Society-Festival 21
Saturday April 16 at 4 pm
Aaron Larget-Caplan, guitar solo
Works by: Hayg Boyadjian, Kevin Siegfried, Francine Trester
Gordon Chapel, Old South Church
645 Boylston St., Copley Square, Boston
General Admission $ 12.00
Information: 603-588-6121 or www.bostonguitar.org
The French Influence: recital by Aaron Larget-Caplan, guitar
Wednesday March 23, 2011
Time: 6-7pm • reception to follow • Meet the Artists!
Location: Lecture Hall, Waltham Public Library
The Ligue Francophone of Boston presents The French Influence
From the steps of the great Claude Debussy to the scandalous and rambunctious Argentine Tango, Aaron performs a lively concert of dances and more for the guitar: music by composers from France, Spain, Switzerland, Argentina and the United Sates, including the Waltham premiere of Mi Tango by composer Hayg Boyadjian (born in Paris, raised in Argentina, lives in Lexington, MA). The influence of France in the music of the guitar cannot be over stated.
21st Century music for guitar
March 1, 2011 at 7:30pm
Aaron Larget-Caplan plays works by composers Nolan Stolz, Hayg Boyadjian, Kevin Siegfried, Eric Schwartz, Francine Trester, and many more. Includes the recently discovered 1933 original manuscript version of Quatre Pièces Brèves (4 short pieces) by Frank Martin.
Location: Doc Rando Recital Hall, Beam Music Center, UNLV
Tickets: Free • public welcome
Contact: UNLV Music Department 702.895.3332
CSU Bakersfield Guitar Arts Series presents a recital by Aaron Larget-Caplan
February 25, 2011 at 7:30pm
Program: Works by Bach, Gershwin, Albéniz, Mertz, Piazzolla, Lauro; premires by Kevin Siegfried, Hayg Boyadjian, Scott Wheeler and Polish composer Gerard Drozd.
Metro Galleries • 1604 19th Street, Bakersfield, CA
$12 for general, $8 for senior and $6 for students/ faculty/ staff/ alumni.
A Master Singers Christmas: Music from Boston
Sunday December 12, 2010 at 4 pm
Program includes Boyadjian's Christmas carol "The Infant Born"
First Parish Church, 7 Harrington Road, Lexington, MA
Aram Talalyan-cello, Julietta Vardanyan-piano
Wednesday, December 22nd 20:00
Works by Armenian composers: Konstantin Petrosian, Vahram Babayan, Hayg Boyadjian, Anna Garsoyan,
Gagik Hovunts, Avet Terteryan
Cafesjian Center for the Arts, Special Event Auditorium
Cascade Complex 0009, Yerevan, Armenia www.cmf.am
American Contours Concert
Sunday January 31, 2010 at 4 pm
Steven Jackson, clarinet
Biljana Milovanovic, piano
Program includes music by Aaron Copland, Leonard Bernstein, and
Hayg Boyadjian's CONTOURS, for clarinet and piano
The Parlor of United Parish,
210 Harvard St., Brookline, MA,
Admission $ 10.00, students and seniors $ 5.00
Chamber Music in Yerevan, Armenia
Concert: Wednesday February 3, 2010 at 7 pm
Aram Katchaturian Chamber Concert Hall, Yerevan, Armenia
Program includes music by Levon Chaushyan, Edward Sadoyan, and
several pieces by Hayg Boyadjian:
PERSEUS Tigran Gevorkyan flute and Vahan Grigoryan cello
CASSIOPEIA Souren Khorozyan-clarinet, Karen Khocharyan-cello, Armine Grigoryan-piano
DE PROFUNDIS (three songs on German texts) G ayane Gegamyan-soprano, Anna Mandalyan-piano
For information call in Yerevan, 52-41-54
Waltham Symphony Orchestra
Mother's Day Concert: European Flavor
Saturday May 8, 2010 8:00 pm
World premiere of "Ouverture Imaginaire" by composer Hayg Boyadjian (commissioned by the WSO)
Kennedy Middle School Auditorium
655 Lexington Ave.
Admission $ 25.00
Students/seniors $ 20.00
Groups (5 plus) $ 18.00
Music by Hayg Boyadjian
Monday, November 16, 2009 7:30 pm
First Parish Church,
7 Harrington Rd., on the Battle Green
Performed by members of the Boston Symphony Orchestra and friends
EDWIN BARKER-Principal double bass of the Boston Symphony Orchestra
DORIOT ANTHONY DWYER-former Principal flutist of the Boston Symphony
JOHN Mc DONALD-pianist, former Chairman of the Music Department and
Present Director of Graduate Music Studies at Tufts University
Lumiere Noir, for double bass and flute
Odessas 1-13, for piano
De Profundis, three songs on German text for soprano and piano
Admission by donation