GLENDALE —  Award winning pianist Sofya Melikyan will perform her recital at Lark Conservatory.  The performance will take place at 8:00 PM on Saturday, October 15 in Turpanjian Hall. Melikyan will be performing works by Granados, Lieberman, Babadjanian, and Liszt.

Educated at the famed Royal Conservatory of Madrid and the Ecole Normale de Musique Alfred Cortot in Paris, Sofya Melikyan is rapidly gaining international attention as one of the leading pianists of her generation.  A rising star, she has already performed in such prestigious venues as Carnegie Hall in New York, Jordan Hall in Boston, Palau de la Musica Catalana in Barcelona, and Salle Cortot in Paris.  Hailed for her “magnificent singing line and exquisite artistic sensibility,” this Armenian-born pianist is recognized as an artist with a unique voice who combines “high-wire virtuosity” with “deep musical intuition and the ability to connect with the audience” (Mundoclasico).

General tickets for the Concert are available for $25 per person ($15 for seniors).  Tickets may be purchased by telephone 818-500-9997 or online at itsmyseat.com

Valet Parking available (at the entrance of the Lark campus). For more information, please contact the Lark Offices at 818-500-9997.

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