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YEREVAN. – Armenian capital city Yerevan’s Aram Khachaturian Concert Hall will become the venue Thursday for a concert directed by the British Royal Court’s main invited conductor Christopher Warren-Green, during which renowned pianist Bernd Glemser will perform. This was informed during the press conference held Wednesday at the Armenian State Philharmonic.      

To note, the two musicians had taken part in last year’s fifth final concert of the Yerevan International Music Festival. 

Christopher Warren-Green noted that he fell in love with the Armenian Philharmonic Orchestra the first time he conducted it. In his words, he came for a second time because this orchestra and its conductor are marvelous. 

In his turn Bernd Glemser noted that he very much  liked this orchestra with which he played several times. He also stated that the Orchestra’s level is gradually getting higher.  

He informed that he has performed works by the great Armenian composer Aram Khachaturian and that he knows other Armenian composers yet has not played their creations. But he did not rule out the possibility of including the works by Armenian composers in his repertoire.

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