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Rising innovative violinist Lilit Hartunian presents a one-hour program of works for solo violin and solo violin with electronics at 6 pm and 7 pm.

Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber - Passacaglia for violin solo in G minor, C. 105
Sergey Prokofiev - Sonata for Solo Violin, Op. 115
     I. Moderato
     II. Theme and variations. Andante dolce
     III. Con brio - Allegro precipitato
Mary Kouyoumdjian - Dandelion for violin and electronics
Frances White - The Old Rose Reader for violin, electronics, and video

Violinist Lilit Hartunian is an active member of the Boston music community, equally at home in the classical and contemporary genres. She holds degrees from Longy School of Music and Emerson College and was the first ever recipient of the Roman Totenberg award for stellar academic and artistic achievement. In the 2012-2013 season, Lilit performed with Boston Modern Orchestra Project, Boston Opera Collaborative, New Music Brandeis, Boston New Music Initiative, Cambridge Philharmonic, Symphony Nova, and Boston String Players. She has been praised for her "captivating and luxurious tone" (Boston Musical Intelligencer) and her playing has been described as “brilliantly rhapsodic” (Harvard Crimson). Lilit is currently on violin and chamber music faculty at The Rivers School Conservatory.