Phoenix Symphony violinist performs at Church of the Nativity

Phoenix Symphony violinist Levon Zarasian and his accompanist Peter Gharibian are the featured performers for a concert planned 4 p.m. Jan. 16 at Episcopal Church of the Nativity.

Phoenix Symphony violinist Levon Zarasian, right, and his accompanist Peter Gharibian perform classics of the piano and violin repertoire, as well as some of their favorite folk music from their home country, Armenia. (Photo courtesy Levon Zarasian)

Phoenix Symphony violinist Levon Zarasian, right, and his accompanist Peter Gharibian perform classics of the piano and violin repertoire, as well as some of their favorite folk music from their home country, Armenia. (Photo courtesy Levon Zarasian)

The Episcopal Church of the Nativity is located at  22405 N. Miller Road in Scottsdale.

The 2015-16 season features nine concerts of diverse music and musicians.

Passes, tickets and more information are available at ArtsAtNativity.org and at the door.

The concerts are presented by 3rd Ave. Arts, a non-profit organization that is committed to making quality arts programming accessible, enriching the fabric of our communities.

“From Classics to Folk” on Jan. 16 will feature the two performers serving classics of the piano and violin repertoire, as well as some of their favorite folk music from their home country, Armenia.

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