CAMBRIDGE, Mass.—Ushering in the Christmas season, the Erevan Choral Society and Orchestra of the Holy Trinity Armenian Church of Greater Boston will celebrate its 48th year with its annual Christmas Holiday Concert on Dec. 13, at 7 p.m., in the Church Sanctuary of Holy Trinity Armenian Church, on 145 Brattle St. in Cambridge.
With Composer Konstantin Petrossian, music director, conducting, this year’s concert will feature the Vocal Quartet from “The Bostonians,” and soprano Knarik Nerkararyan. In attendance will be Ambassador Zohrab Mnatsakanayn, Armenia’s ambassador and permanent representative to the United Nations in New York.
Nouné Karapetian, Roselin Osser, Michael Calmés, and Philip Lima are four members of “The Bostonians,” a repertory company of outstanding vocal and instrumental artists founded in 2003 by renowned singer and impresario Richard Conrad.
The concert is a gift to the community, but those interested in supporting the Erevan Choral Society may make contributions to Holy Trinity Armenian Church with a direction that the contribution is to benefit the Erevan Choral Society.