The University of Tampa will host organist Haig Mardirosian on Sunday, Nov. 13, to perform as part of the university's PNC Bank Concert Artist Series.
This performance will mark Mardirosian's 50th year as a recitalist.
Mardirosian began his career as a recitalist on Nov. 13, 1966, playing his first concert in Baltimore, Maryland.During his career as
a musician, he has performed hundreds of recitals, concertos and collaborative
concerts. He has played at international festivals across Europe and has
performed as a dedicatory recitalist for new instruments.
He has received worldwide critical acclaim for his
performances. The Rochester Democrat and Chronicle stated that Mardirosian
has “outstanding musicianship and virtuosity. He admirably expressed
color, motion and human perspective in musical terms.”
The American Record Guide described his recorded work
by saying, “in our present day and age, much more such splendid organ playing
The concert will feature guest musicians, including
violinist Lucas Guideri and a women's choir conducted by Rodney Shoes that will
feature music by Jeanne Demessieux, J.S. Bach, Maurice Durufle, John Ireland
and Sigfrid Karg-Elert.
The concert will begin at 2 p.m. It is free and open to the
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