Domenico Boyagian to Conduct Saint Ann Chamber Orchestra in Benefit
Saint Ann Parish in Cleveland Heights, OH announced today that the first concert of the newly
organized Powers Concert series will be held Saturday evening December 12th at 8 pm. The
series, named after the founding Pastor John Powers and called Angels in the Heights: A
Celebration of Christmas, will feature the Saint Ann Chamber Orchestra under the baton of
Domenico Boyagian, the Italian born conducting sensation. The concert will be held in the
historic Saint Ann Church, 2175 Coventry Road, Cleveland Heights. The program includes
classical and contemporary holiday favorites and promises an exciting evening of musical
enjoyment for the whole family.
Cleveland, OH (Vocus) October 27, 2009 -- Angels in the Heights: A Celebration of Christmas will be held on
Saturday December 12th at 8 p.m. in historic Saint Ann Church, 2175 Coventry Road, Cleveland Heights. A
pre-concert holiday gathering offering hors d’ouervres, refreshments and children’s fare will begin in Walsh Hall,
on the lower level of the church, at 6:30p.m. Under the direction of Domenico Boyagian, the Saint Ann Chamber
Orchestra will feature an evening of classical and contemporary holiday favorites for the whole family to enjoy.
The St. Ann Chamber Orchestra is a professional 50 piece orchestra with members of the Cleveland Institute of
Music, the Cleveland Orchestra and Saint Ann Parish.
Conductor Domenico Boyagian is being hailed as one of a new generation of conducting masters. Mr. Boyagian
was born and raised in Bologna, Italy. Domenico Boyagian began his music studies at the age of 7 and at the age
of 15, he won first prize in his class in piano performance at the Conservatorio ”G. B. Martini” in Bologna, where
he earned his first music degree. After completing his studies at the Conservatorio, he left Italy to pursue musical
opportunities in the United States. “Mr. Boyagian is a gifted conductor who has brought excellence and
excitement to the Saint Ann