Baghdad Barcarolle: How Beatrice Ohanessian Became Iraq's Foremost Classical Pianist
Beatrice Ohanessian took up music as a child and went on to become pianist for the Iraqi National Symphony Orchestra. After a long performing career, Beatrice moved to Minnesota and connected with the Schubert Club. This is her amazing story.
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Introducing Beatrice Ohanessian
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