HYASA Center To Honor Veterans on May 24 Concert and Red Carpet Reception

HYASA Center in Glendale, California & AATMS Present A Special Celebration Honoring Veterans Memorial Weekend.A group of local and international artists will come together for a special benefit concert to be held on May 24, 2014 honoring those who served in the military.

Online PR News – 24-April-2014 – Glendale, California – A special tribute to men and women who have served in the military will take place on May 24, 2014, in Glendale, California. The celebration is the first in a series of planned charity events by the HYASA Center, a Non-Profit Organization. This foundation, along with the AA Musical & Theatrical Society, (known for organizing a wide range of popular cultural events to shed light on the Armenian Performing Arts in the US and abroad) have partnered with HYASA to present a memorable event for our Veterans and Military Families. Also lending his support is Mr. Gary Sevani, a world renowned International Dance Choreographer and Director. Mr. Sevani is passionate about his involvement in this event that will support "New Direction for Veterans” & Veterans at the Los Angeles Veteran’s Affair Medical Center.

There will be entertainment by a number of local and national artists. Gracing the stage are the following performers; Miss Golda Berkman, a 15 year old Soprano Operatic Singer with an angelic voice who has been training with Vladamir Chernov at UCLA's Division of Voice and Opera; Mr. Mengesha Francis aka "Mystro", is a Piano Virtuoso who has been described as the "Black Liberace" and the "Hidden Gem Of Hollywood", comes equipped with his own Quartet Jazz Band; vocalist Marat Hayrapetyan, vocalist Arthur, aka, Mister X, Scottish Pipes & Drums are an eclectic group of traditional Scottish Bagpipe musicians who have been performing in Southern California for over 30 years; and the awarding winning Pasadena Crown City Chorus, a barbershop harmony society chorus who has been performing for over 60 years.

“We should all come together to support the men and women who have returned from service to live and work in a safe and healthy environment and, where their children can thrive”, said Anna Moses, President of HYASA. Further commenting, “They are law abiding citizens who want the same things we all want for our children. This will also be a day of celebration when parents and their children can join in the festivities”.

Our American sons and daughters have served our country honorably and with distinction. While in the military, many of their family members were left with the uncertainty of their return. We can help them by donating to this worthy cause. Let’s show them that we care.


HYASA Center, located in the heart of Glendale, CA; was established in 2000 with the intent of producing charitable capital for various humanitarian based causes. They fund programs in need of immediate relief, rehabilitation and ultimately help rebuild devastated communities through philanthropic means. The HYASA Center is comprised of highly educated and generous members; whose sole purpose is to provide devastated communities in desperate need of charitable funding, provide fiscal sponsorship to organizations as well as family and youth centers, and assist a diverse range of governmental programs.

About The Armenian American Theatrical & Musical Society

The Armenian American Theatrical & Musical Society, through their artistic endeavors have traveled around the world to introduce their rich cultural heritage to a broader audience. Victor Mardirossian, Founder and President said, “We owe our achievements to a dedicated audience and our performances that have enriched the lives of others”.

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Baptist Church of Glendale located on: 209 N. Louise St., Glendale CA 91206.