May 21, 2 pmOccidental Center for the Arts

Program:
Beethoven, Cello Sonata no. 3 in A Major, Op. 69
Arutunian, “Impromptu”
Debussy, Sonata for Cello and Piano
Komitas, “Tsirani Tsar” (Apricot Tree)
Komitas, “Chinar es” (Plane Tree)
Khachaturian, “Ivan Sings”
Piatigorsky, Variations on a Paganini Theme

Biography:
The sisters Ani Aznavoorian, cellist and Marta Aznavoorian, pianist, are each renowned soloists and chamber musicians in their own right.  They team up to provide Redwood Arts with a great concert.

Video:

The Aznavoorian Duo presents Gems from Armenia – (Bing video)

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About the Venue: Occidental Center for the Arts

OCA is located just west of Occidental on Bohemian Hwy.  Two parking lots are adjacent to the center and an overflow lot is one driveway closer to town.  Handicap parking is located next to the center. Refreshments are available before and during intermission. The OCA is housed in a former school that has been transformed into an outstanding performance space with a large stage, excellent sight lines, comfortable seating, and an acoustically tuned ceiling. It is a premier space for chamber music and is loved by both audiences and musicians.

All facilities are ADA compliant.
Doors are open at 1:30 pm for seating.
Seats are not reserved.
Masks are encouraged but not required.
Call (707) 874-1124 for questions.