Soorp Haroutiun Armenian Church (Orlando, FL)
St. Hagop Armenian Church (Pinellas Park, FL)
St. Hagop Armenian Church to Hold Armenian Genocide Martyrs Service on Sunday
PINELLAS PARK, FL – This Sunday, April 25th, St. Hagop Armenian Church of Pinellas Park, FL will conclude Badarak with a special Armenian Genocide Martyrs Service, and traditional flower laying procession to the St. Hagop Armenian Genocide memorial.
Fellowship will follow in the Church hall with Haig Yaghoobian providing music of remembrance. To honor our martyrs, St. Hagop will reprint the bulletin insert of tribute. Click here to see if your tribute is included. If your text is not included in this document, you may submit a short tribute to your loved ones effected by the Genocide to this email email@example.com with your text by April 23rd at 9:00AM.
PINELLAS PARK, FL – On Sunday, March 14, 2021, St. Hagop Armenian Church will present a Benefit Concert in celebration of Beethoven’s 250th Birthday. The program will consist of several of Beethoven’s works such as Kleinigkeitin (“little things”), six Lieder, Op. 48 (sacred songs based on a poem by Christian Gellert), and Sonata Pathetique (Op. 13, No. 8).
Parish Council member and accomplished recital pianist Haig Yaghoobian will perform along with acclaimed soprano Suzanna Hovhannisian.
The concert will start after Badarak (Holy Service) at 1:00pm in Shahnasarian Hall and will begin with a strawberry & champagne reception. Admission is $10 at the door.
Haig Yaghoobian is an accomplished recital pianist who has performed in major cities across the USA and in Europe. He was recently featured soloist with the Barrington Chamber Orchestra and has been heard in concert on WGBH-FM’s “Performance” series.
Yaghoobian’s program will feature works by Mozart, Beethoven, Chopin, Debussy and Schumann.
Open to the public. No reservations required.
Friday, January 10, 2020
Sunnyside Village Community Center
5201 Bahia Vista St.
Sarasota, FL 34232
About the Sarasota Music Club
Sarasota Music Club was one of the first organizations in Sarasota to bring outside professional music groups to the area. Established in 1930, the club continues to sponsor performances by professional musicians and scholarships for music students. Free admission, but any contribution to the Scholarship Fund is welcome at the door.