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You may now reserve your tickets for the 2022 Musical Armenia Concert, which will take place on Sunday, March 6, at 2:00 pm at Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall. This is the 37th edition of the much-loved series that began in 1982. Our 2022 event showcases three outstanding artists who will present a stimulating and inspiring program: composer and pianist Tatev Amiryan, soprano Anna Hayrapetyan, performing Tatev Amiryan’s vocal compositions, and cellist-prodigy Laura Navasardian. 

Musical Armenia, established by Archbishop Mesrob Ashjian and the Prelacy Ladies Guild, is dedicated to promoting young Armenian artists and to the performance of music by Armenian composers. Over the past 40 years, many of our performers have established solid professional careers. The Prelacy thanks Musical Armenia’s devoted supporters for their contributions to the artists’ development.

As in the past, Musical Armenia’s sponsors and supporters can make a key contribution to the development of these artists. Prospective sponsors may join any of these categories: diamond ($1,000 donation), platinum ($500), gold ($300), or silver ($200). Diamond, platinum, and gold sponsors will receive two complimentary tickets.

Tickets for the concert cost $25. For further information or to purchase tickets, please visit Carnegie Hall’s Musical Armenia Event Page or contact the Prelacy by phone at 212-689-7810 or e-mail via sophie@armenianprelacy.org.

Please be informed that Carnegie Hall will be requiring proof of full vaccination and ID for access to its premises.