A commemorative concert held on Saturday, November 5 in the Nahigian Fellowship Hall honored Levon Hovsepian’s twenty five years of service to First Armenian Church and the Greater Boston Community.

Levon Hovsepian is Director of Music and organist at First Armenian Church, where he has served since 1991.  Classically trained, Hovsepian has embraced a variety of musical styles since arriving in America twenty five years ago. He performs in churches, clubs and concert halls throughout New England and regularly volunteers his services for fundraisers and charity events.  Levon enjoys teaching students at his Bravo Piano Studio located on Myrna Street, Burlington and at the Powers Music School in Belmont.   Levon resides in Burlington, Massachusetts with his wife and children. 

Several of Levon’s musical collaborators joined him onstage for a lively evening of music, including:
Edgar Brut, tenor    
Zarina Irkaeva, cello
Victoria Avetisyan, mezzo soprano
Nancy Tutunjian Berger, soprano
Knarik Nerkararyan,soprano
Sammy Andonian, violin
John Baboian, guitar

Over two hundred concert goers enjoyed the performances and reception. A free will offering was taken in support of updates to the Nahigian Hall stage.