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2020-09-19 17:23
THE WORKS OF ARTIST ARTHUR HOVHANNISYAN WILL BE EXHIBITED UNDER THE MUSIC OF MOZART IN ONE OF YEREVAN'S YARDS
"Mozart in the city". Within the framework of this event, the music of the great composer and the urban works of the Forms And Reflections series of the contemporary Armenian artist Arthur Hovhannisyan will be united.

The concert-exhibition, which will be attended by the musicians of the Philharmonic Orchestra - flutist Narek Avagyan, violinist Aram Asatryan, viola player Mary Dolmazyan and cellist Vahe Danielyan,
will be held on September 23 in the yard of "Loft".

Alex Mirzoyan, the creative director of the Loft Self-Development and Entertainment Center, said that they had long intended to cooperate with the Philharmonic Orchestra. In the conditions of the spread of the epidemic, the orchestra can not give concerts in large areas. They depict Yerevan's transport - buses, taxis, etc., "Mirzoyan said, adding that the paintings will be presented on the walls of high-rise buildings under interesting lighting.

Referring to Mozart, he stressed that the Austrian composer has a special place in modern life, "with this open-air event they break the stereotype that classical music should be listened to in academic centers, concert halls, museums, etc." "We want to say that this wonderful music can be enjoyed outdoors. That way, it might be of interest to people who have never been to a concert hall and listened to Mozart. After all, the yard is a very special place for everyone, because after the yard is the house. "With this concert-exhibition, we bring Mozart closer to a man, because he comes to the yard," stressed the creative director of "Loft".

The evening will feature Mozart's Quartet for flute, violin, viola (do major K285b), Quartet for flute, violin, viola (re major K285) և Quartet for flute, violin, viola (l)
Mirzoyan assured that all the rules of non-infectious security չ not violating the socially safe distance will be observed.