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© 2013 by Christine Kharazian. All rights reserved.

 FEBRUARY 22, 2019

6-9 pm

Coppi's Organic Restaurant

in Cleveland park

with

Endre Nyitrai

Violin and Bass duo

playing an eclectic mix from Baroque to Rock

March 2, 10:45am-12:15pm

Market Square, Old town Alexandria, St. Patrick's Day parade Fun Dog Show :) (I will be playing Irish tunes) 

https://www.visitalexandriava.com/event/fun-dog-show/14770/

March 8 at noon 

FMMC CONCERT

Calvary Baptist Church 

755 8th St NW, Washington, DC 20001

The concert is free. My portion of the program is dedicated to

women composers

and will include arrangements of

African-American 

spirituals by Jacqueline Hairston. 

 

2/23

Czech Embassy event

with 

Orchester Praževica 

                                                                Holiday Pop-Up Concert: Komitas Trio

    Sunday, December 23, at 2 pm 

Politics and Prose Bookstore

5015 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, District of Columbia 20008

                     Hosted byWashington Performing Arts’ Mars Urban Arts Initiative 

KOMITAS TRIO
Christine Kharazian, violin
Peter Fields, guitar
Ivan Navas, percussion

Komitas trio is a result of musical collaboration between Christine Kharazian on violin, Peter Fields on guitar and Ivan Navas on percussion. With masterful execution on each of the instruments they create equilibrium between styles and rhythms sometimes of quite distant cultures.

Performances

12/2016-1/2017

Gypsy Jazz

with

Orchester Praževica 

Big Chief 

2002 Fenwick St NE, DC

bigchiefdc.com

December 8, 2016

8pm

Chevy Chase Ballroom

Swing Dance Party

December 12, 2016 

January 16, 2017

February 20, 2017

9pm

Bossa Bistro

December 14,10pm

Marx Cafe

3203 Mt Pleasant St NW, Washington, DC 20010

January 26, 10pm

SOLO:

Lyceum

Alexandria's History Museum

 201 S Washington St,

Alexandria,VA 22314

January 22, 3pm

 

AND

Calvary Baptist Church

January 27, 12 noon

Program:

Sonate no. 4 for violin solo, op. 27 Allemande 

Eugène Ysaye 


Fratres

Arvo Pärt 

ORCHESTRAL:

KENNEDY CENTER

Alfred St. Baptist Church

CHRISTMAS CONCERT

December 6, 2016

8pm

Festival of Carols

at

Takoma Park

Seventh-day Adventist Church

December 17, 5pm

Orchestral :

October 29, 

8pm

University of Maryland

Memorial Chapel

Anton Chekhov's The Lady with the Little Dog

Anton Chekhov's "The Lady with the Little Dog" adapted from the short story and directed by Stephanie Mumford

Two strangers in 1901 Yalta--one seeking to escape his boring Moscow routine, the other in quest of a meaningful life beyond Saratov--discover what they have been searching for in each other. But, can they hold on to it? Anton Chekhov's classic short story--his quotidian take on Tolstoy's "Anna Karenina"--receives an imaginative staging with live classical Russian music.

Coming off the Helen Hayes-recommended production of her adaptation of Chekhov's "A Little Trick," Mumford uses Russian classical music and artworks by Aivazovsky to create the setting for Chekhov's classic love story, "The Lady with the Little Dog."

Chelsea Mayo, Hannah in QTC's "The Veil" and Irina in Annapolis Shakespeare Company's "Three Sisters," plays the "Lady," Anna Sergeyevna. Ian Blackwell Rogers, recognized for his leading roles in classical productions at Baltimore Shakespeare Factory and Brave Spirits Theatre, plays Anna's suitor, Dmitry Dmitriyevich Gurov. David Dubov, Piet in QTC's "A Lesson from Aloes," Yepikhodov in "The Cherry Orchard," and Andrey in "Afterplay"--Friel's comic sequel to Chekhov's "Three Sisters" and "Uncle Vanya"--plays the Narrator.

Completing the ensemble cast are accomplished musicians, violinist Christine Kharazian and pianist/composer Zach Roberts. They not only create the Chekhovian mood with their moving renditions of Russian classics by Tchaikovsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, and Mussorgsky, but portray the other key roles in story, as well.

https://quotidiantheatre.org/

https://quotidiantheatre.wordpress.com/2016/06/06/falling-in-love-with-chekhov/

http://www.washingtonblade.com/2016/07/28/quotidian-explores-obscure-chekhov-lady-little-dog/

More 

Performance Information

Dates & Times – Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm; Sundays at 2pm with an added 2pm Saturday matinee on 6 August

Venue – 4508 Walsh Street in Bethesda, MD 20815 (at the Writer’s Center, where QTC is the resident theater company)

Prices – $30 Regular, $25 Seniors, and $15 Students/Writer Center Members

Schedule

Fri, July 8, 8pm

Sat, July 9, 8pm

Sun, July 10, 2pm

 

Fri, July 15, 8pm

Sat, July 16, 8pm

Sun, July 17, 2pm

 

Fri, July 22, 8pm

Sat, July 23, 8pm

Sun, July 24, 2pm

 

Fri, July 29, 8pm

Sat, July 30, 8pm

Sun, July 31, 2pm

 

Fri, August 5, 8pm

Sat, August 6, 2pm

Sat, August 6, 8pm

Sun, August 7, 2pm

 

Tickets for the general public are available at Brown Paper Tickets (http://qtclady.bpt.me/) or by calling the Quotidian Theatre Company box office

at 301-816-1023.

Bossa Bistro 2463 18th St NW, Washington, DC 20009    May 11, 10:30 pm

 

3/9/2016, 7:30 pm Quartet Vivace

QUARTET FOR THE END OF TIME

Inspired by the Book of Revelations, Messiaen's emotional masterpiece was written and premiered in a prisoner-of-war camp during the Second World War. Its apocalyptic images range from the fury of the seven trumpets to ecstatic inner peace. Featuring Christine Kharazian, violin, Henry Virgilio, clarinet, and Jeongseon Choi, piano. Free admission.

 

3/9/2016, 10:00 pm Gypsy Soul with Orchester Prazevica at Bossa Bistro

 

Bossa Bistro + Lounge

2463 18th St NW, Washington, District of Columbia 20009

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