Evening Recital 12/8: Mariam Kharatyan

Evening Recital with pianist Mariam Kharatyan in Troldsalen Thursday 12. August at 18.00.

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The Armenian pianist Mariam Kharatyan performs internationally as a soloist and chamber musician, regularly invited in such festivals as the Edvard Grieg Festival in Münster, Germany, Kamar Art Music Festival in Yerevan, Armenia, in National Gallery of Art in Washington DC, USA, among others. She is a prize winner in several international piano competitions and has performed recitals and in concerts with orchestras in Sweden, Germany, Italy, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Belarus, and Lithuania.

In 2019 she has released two albums - Khachaturian, Chamber Music, and Komitas, Shoror with Simax Classics, linked to her artistic doctorate project “Armenian Fingerprints”. In 2018 she has performed Khachaturian’s piano concerto with Kristiansand Symphony Orchestra conducted by Eivind Gullberg Jensen in Kilden Theater and Concert Hall. Currently, Kharatyan is an Associate Professor in the Department for Classical Music and Music Education at the University of Agder.


Edvard Grieg (1843-1907):

Ballade i g-moll / Ballad in G minor, Op. 24

Slåtter / Norwegian Peasant Dances, Op. 72
Bruremarsj etter Myllarguten / Myllarguten’s Wedding March
Haugelåt. Halling / Halling from the Fairy Hill

Komitas (1869 - 1935)

Armenske folkedanser for klaver/Armenian folk dances for piano

Garouna/It’s Spring


Armenske folketoner i klaver arr. fra Villy Sargsyan/Armenian folk music arranged for piano by Villy Sargsyan

Wolfgang Plagge (1960-)

"Five Dance Postludes" op. 214
Con Eleganza
Lento, no quando

Alan Hovhaness (1911-2000):

Evening Bell, op. 214 "Visionary Landscapes"

Aram Khachaturian (1903 - 1978)



Tickets and booking:

Adults: NOK 290
KODE members, Students and BergenCard: NOK 250
Children NOK 50

Duration: 60 minutes

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Leftover tickets are sold at Troldhaugen. The ticket includes entrance to the museum and to Grieg’s villa.