Concerts - 2022

38th Symposium of Contemporary Music in Rosario, Argentina

June 11, 2022

Chamber Orchestra of Rosario, conducted by Marisol Gentile

Concert includes 3 world premieres by Hayg Boyadjian:

Carapoda, dedicated to the Ensemble Rosario
Suspiros (Sigh) 1-3, also dedicated to the Ensemble Rosario
Firefly, for violin solo, Dedicated to Juan Edgardo Diaz

Location: Rosario University, Rosario, Argentina

Watch online Start times: Carapoda 37:18, Firefly 43:50, Suspiros 1:07:17

Armenian Cultural Center in Brussels

April 29, 2022 7:30 pm

Pianist Armen-Levon-Manaseryan

Ludwig van Beethoven, "32 Variations on an Original Theme in C minor"
Hayg Boyadjian, "Variations on a Theme by Bach" revised version World Premiere
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, The Seasons, Op. 37a
Komitas, The Piano Dances
Chopin, The Scherzo No. 1 in B minor, Op. 20

Location: Brussels, Belgium

Harvard Club of Germany

April 28, 2022 7:30 pm

Pianist Armen-Levon-Manaseryan

Ludwig van Beethoven, "32 Variations on an Original Theme in C minor"
Hayg Boyadjian, "Variations on a Theme by Bach" revised version World Premiere
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, The Seasons, Op. 37a
Komitas, The Piano Dances
Chopin, The Scherzo No. 1 in B minor, Op. 20

Location: Steinway Concert Hall, Steinway & Sons, Bockenheimer Lanstr. 47, Frankfurt, Germany

Concerts - 2021

Harvard Club of Germany

December 2, 2021 8:00pm

Hayg Boyadjian: Variations on a Theme by Bach
Ludwig van Beethoven: 32 Variations
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky: The Seasons

Performer: Armen-Levon Manaseryan

Location: Steinway Concert Hall, Steinway & Sons, Bockenheimer Lanstr. 47, Frankfurt, Germany

Recording Session in Germany

Autumn 2021

Pianist Armen-Levon Manaseryan records Hayg Boyadjian's Variations on a Theme by Bach at the Conservatory of Münster, Germany.

Photo Gallery

Orquesta de Cámara del Ensamble Rosario

August 7, 2021

Ensamble Rosario celebrates 25 years

The concert included 3 pieces by Hayg Boyadjian:
Mysterium for septet
Reflections for chamber ensemble
  both conducted by Marisol Gentile
Canción de cuna (2010) for solo guitar, performed by Pablo Cándido

36º Simposio de Música Contemporánea
at the Biblioteca central, Fac. Humanidades y Artes
Rosario, Argentina

Concerts - 2019

Armenian Church of America

Sunday, August 25, 2019 1:30 pm

Concert honoring Bishop Daniel Findikyan, recently elected Primate for the Eastern Diocese of the Armenian Church of America.

Hayg Boyadjian: Armenian Suite (version 4), based on Armenian folk melodies)
Gomidas: Hrashpar Armenian folk melodies

Performers: Armen Boyajian, violin; Pej Reitz, piano

Location: St. Gregory the Illuminator Armenian Apostolic Church, Binghamton, New York

Sofia Philarmonic and The National Academy

Concert of Armenian Music

May 13, 2019 7pm

Pianist Armen-Levon Manaseryan plays two piano pieces by Hayg Boyadjian: Nemra and Armenian Canticle

Location: The Chamber Hall "Bulgaria", Sofia, Bulgaria

North South Consonance

Tuesday, June 18, 2019 8pm

The North/South Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Max Lifchitz, plays Hayg Boyadjian's Fourth Canticle

Location: Christ and St. Stephen's Church, 120 West 69th Street, New York, NY

Information: NorthSouth Music

Concert Sponsored by the Wellfleet Cultural Council and the Wellfleet Library

Friday, June 21, 2019 7:30pm

Chamber music performed by pianist Constantine Finehouse, New England Conservatory Faculty, and cellist Mickey Katz, member of the Boston Symphony Orchestra

Hayg Boyadjian: Kaleidoscope, piano solo
Beethoven: Sonata for cello and piano in A major
Hayg Boyadjian: Third Canticle for cello and piano
Claude Debussy: Sonata for cello and piano

Location: Wellfleet Library, Wellfleet, Cape Cod, MA

Information: Jennifer Wertkin, 508-349-0312

34th Symposium of Contemporary Music

Saturday, June 29, 2019 8pm

Music by Hayg Boyadjian: Triaco for flute solo

Chamber Orchestra of Rosario, conducted by Marisol Gentile

Location: Auditorium of the Faculty of Humanities & Arts of Rosario, Rosario, Argentina

Past Concerts & Events

Menotomy Concert Series

May 18, 2018  7:30 pm

Piano Music by Living Composers
Yelena Beriyeva performs short new works for piano by Hayg Boyadjian, Michele Caniato, Seth Hamlin, Xue Jiang, Betsy Schramm and Pasquale Tassone.

Location: Arlington Town Hall, Arlington, MA

Article in Lexington Minuteman: Lexington composer one of six featured in Arlington's Menotomy Concert Series

Collage New Music

October 24, 2016  8 pm

Hayg Boyadjian-Mi Tango No. 2-Al Abstracto (world premiere)
Written for and dedicated to Collage New Music, conducted by David Hoose

Location: Longy School of Music, Cambridge, MA


Articles in Lexington Minuteman:
Lexington Composer to Receive World Premiere
Lexington Residents Compose and Conduct New Spin on Tango

Cambrian Concert Series, Canada

October 14, 2016   8pm

World premiere of Boyadjian's “Canto No.1” for three guitars

Canto No. 1 was commissioned by guitarist Professor Dc. Matthew Gould from the Cambrian College faculty. He is featured on Hayg's solo CD from Albany Records.

Location: Cambrian College, Sudbury, Ontario, Canada

Concert dedicated to the 25th anniversary of Armenian independence

September 22, 2016  7 pm

Hayg Boyadjian   Piano Concerto (world premiere)

Opera and Ballet Symphony Orchestra, conductor-Ruben Asatryan
Piano soloist-Julietta Vardanyan

Location: Opera and Ballet Concert Hall, Yerevan, Armenia

Armenian Music in Brussels, concert poster

Armenian Music In Brussels

September 11, 2016  7pm

Music by Hayg Boyadjian
Several songs (Lieders) for soprano and piano on French and German texts
    Sopranos: Miriam Mnatsakanyan, Lilit Khachatryan, Hasmik Asatryan, Anna Balaian
    Piano: Armen-Levon Manaseryan

Two piano compositions: Armen-Levon Manaseryan-piano

Location: Hay Doun Hall, Brussels, Belgium

Article: Lexington Minuteman, lexington-composer-to-perform-in-europe

Yelena Beriyeva on the Menotomy Concert Series

Saturday March 11, 2016, 7:30 pm

Hayg Boyadjian   “Odessa No. 13, Nick No. 8” for piano
Also works by Scarlatti, Mussorgsky, Tassone

Location: Arlington Town Hall, 755 Mass. Ave., Arlington, MA, USA

Information: Pasquale Tassone, Artistic Director

Vox Profundo Low Flutes Ensemble at the National Flute Convention

Saturday August 15, 2015, 10:30 am

Hayg Boyadjian   “Scintillating Stars-Cosmos” for eleven low flutes
Commissioned by the Colorado Flute Ensemble
Performed by the Vox Profundo Low Flutes Ensemble

Concert location: Marriott Washington Wardman Park Hotel-Thurgood Hall Washington, DC
Part of The National Flute Convention 2015, August 13 - 16

In Norway

May 8, 2014 2:15 pm

Hayg Boyadjian Elegie for a Doll for violin solo, Ricardo Odriozola-violin

Location: Gunnar Saevigsal, Bergen, Norway

MUSICAL BRIDGE: USA-Armenia Three Authors

December 16, 2013, 7 pm   
Hayg Boyadjian Raising of the Scorpius
A.Spendiarian Opera and Ballet National Academic Theatre Symphonic Orchestra and Choir, Karen Durgaryan, Music Director
Also works by Marilyn Bliss and Edward Sadoyan

Location: Spendiarian Opera and Ballet Theatre, Yerevan, Armenia


North/South Consonance

Nine free-admission concerts in the visually appealing and acoustically superior setting of Christ and St. Stephen's Church (North/South concert schedule)
120 West 69th Street (between Broadway & Columbus), New York City

PROGRAM II Chamber Orchestra Music from the Americas
Part of the 8th Annual Latin American Cultural Week
Monday, November 11, 2013 at 8 PM

HAYG BOYADJIAN   Danzas Ocultas 
JOSE LEZCANO        Concierto Cubanero
MAX LIFCHITZ         Yellow Ribbons No. 42
ROGER WESBY         diss-FUNK-shun
José Lezcano, guitar, The North/South Chamber Orchestra, Max Lifchitz, conductor

Free Admission to all concerts! For additional information please call (212) 663-7566

Concert in Yerevan, Armenia

Dedicated to chamber works by Hayg Boyadjian
July 3, 2013  7 pm  
Three world premieres
32 Variations on Bach   Julietta Vardanyan, piano                          
Armenian Canticle   Armen Levon Manaserian, piano                    
Third Canticle   Aram Talalyan, cello, Julietta Vardanyan, piano   

String Quartet No 2 "Azad"   Aram Talalyan String Quartet
Hoquet (Hiccup)   Gayane Geghamyan, soprano

Admission: Free
Location: Gomidas Chamber Concert Hall, Yerevan, Armenia


February 9, 2013, 7 pm   
Hayg Boyadjian's (10) Miniatures performed by Simavon Grigoryan, bassoon; Tamara Maroukyan, piano
Also works by Marilyn Bliss and Edward Sadoyan

Admission: Free
Location: Aram Katchaturian Hall, Yerevan Armenia

Willow Flute Ensemble concert posterWillow 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.

Admission: free
Location: Third Life Studiio, 33 Union Square , Somerville, MA

Download the flyer in PDF format

Aaron performs 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.

Location Studio 99 Nashua, NH
Event on Facebook
Tickets & Information: or call: 1-800-838-3006 (event 214063)

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.

Tickets and information:
For venue information: or 617-492-8105

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
Admission: $15

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
Information: 281-395-9066 or

Great Music at Sundays at 5: 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

Art by Hayg Boyadjian
Art by Hayg Boyadjian

Boston Classical Guitar Society-Festival 21

Saturday April 16 at 4 pm

Members Concert
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

The French Influence: recital by Aaron Larget-Caplan, guitar

Wednesday March 23, 2011

Time: 6-7pm • reception to follow • Meet the Artists!

Admission: Free
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.

Location: Metro Galleries • 1604 19th Street, Bakersfield, CA
Admission: $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"

Location: 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

Location: Cafesjian Center for the Arts, Special Event Auditorium, Cascade Complex 0009, Yerevan, Armenia

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

Location: The Parlor of United Parish, 210 Harvard St., Brookline, MA, 617-277-8310
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) Gayane Gegamyan-soprano, Anna Mandalyan-piano

Free admission
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
Lexington Center

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