The Narekatsi Program in Armenian Language and Culture at UCLA will present an ensemble performance of “The Battle,” a beloved tale from the Armenian epic Daredevils of Sassoun.
A special concert will take place on March 5 at the Jerusalem Theatre where the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, under the baton of internationally acclaimed Estonian violinist cum conductor Andres Mustonen, will perform a program dedicated to the commemoration of the centennial of the Armenian Genocide, the Jerusalem Post reports.
A new music video featuring an impressive line-up of celebrities hits YouTube this week, hoping to go viral with the aim of stopping racism around the world. Created by FMS Media, in association with Artists for Peace, “The Final Game” is the first in a series of Stop Racism campaign music videos, aiming to change global perceptions.
LOS ANGELES—Production companies Bloodvine Media and Strongman announced today their co-production of 1915, a psychological thriller set against one of the most terrifying events of modern history.
1915 is the feature film debut of writer-directors Garin Hovannisian and Alec Mouhibian. Together with producer Terry Leonard (Before I Disappear, Cold Comes the Night, Amira & Sam, [...]
A museum dedicated to the 19th – 20th century Armenian composer Komitas was officially opened Thursday in Yerevan’s Komitas Park. Under Armenian President Serzh Sarkisian’s proposal, a resolution to build the museum was passed by the Board of Trustees of the Hayastal All-Armenian Fund in May of 2013.