The following announcement was provided by the ZANGÉR Boston Youth Chorale:
ZANGÉR Boston Youth Chorale announces its rehearsal schedule for the 2023-2024 season. Chorus members are coming together after the summer vacation to begin preparations for Christmas Concerts, as well as additional programs and appearances to be announced shortly.
ZANGÉR Chorale was founded in February 2023 by Armenian Culture Connection, under the direction of Doctor of Music, Maestro Artur Veranian, internationally acclaimed choral conductor
and instructor. He trained and educated many singers and choir conductors, and had an enormous influence on a whole generation of musicians. The innovative vocal technique he implemented has been acknowledged and celebrated for its uniqueness — he is a recipient of many international awards and prizes at European competitions in Germany, Italy, Spain, Russia, Poland, Hungary, Yugoslavia, Latvia, Estonia, Ukraine and Armenia. To share and preserve Maestro’s legacy and his contribution to the choral art, a documentary film is being produced in Armenia and is scheduled to be released in December 2023.
With the newly formed ZANGÉR Boston Youth Chorale, Maestro Veranian is bringing back a tradition of professional vocal art, much awaited after devastating pandemic years. No surprise that in spite of only a few months into rehearsals, the chorus has been noticed and invited to perform at two major community events: the “Armenian Independence Day Celebration” event organized by the ARF at the ACEC on May 19, and “Our Young Talents” Concert in Watertown on May 21, where the choir performed as a special guest and the concert was aired on the Watertown Cable TV.
ZANGÉR Boston Youth Chorale is currently accepting new singers ages 6 to 17. It is the perfect way to get your child involved in music. No prior experience necessary. Rehearsals are held on Thursdays, 6 p.m.-7:30 p.m., in the Function Hall of the Armenian Memorial Church, at 32 Bigelow Ave., Watertown.
For further information and registration, pleased contact: Izabella Djevalikian: 781-839-0845, firstname.lastname@example.org