Serj Tankian, frontman of System of a Down, released an Armenian song via rollingstone.com today, called “Artsakh,” in support of the people of the Nagorno-Karabagh Republic (Artsakh) and in protest of Azerbaijani aggression.
The Armenian American Museum and the Brand Library & Art Center will host an event titled “Latino Americans: Empire of Dreams (1880-1942)” on Thursday, May 5, as a part of exhibition “Armenia: An Open Wound.”
During the battle to liberate Martakert in the 1990’s, an unknown soldier spontaneously performs a song dedicated to the heroic soldiers of Artsakh.
Pasadena Conservatory of Music continues its presentation of “A Century of Piano Music by Armenian Composers: 1890s—1980s from Folk Origins to Virtuosity,” four concert-lectures performed by Vatche Mankerian.
“Proud son of Hadjin. A Memoir of an Armenian Genocide Survivor. The Story of Asadour Chalian.”has been a long time coming
On Sunday, April 24, after the Rally For Justice at the Turkish Consulate in LA, community members and artists will come together for “Genocide 101” concert
Prominent musician and political activist, Serj Tankian, has composed a special track called “Aurora’s Dream” as theme song for upcoming inaugural Aurora Prize ceremony
Documentaries “Orphans of the Genocide” and “Uprooted” to will be featured on KCET on April 24th.
Emmy-nominated host Laura McKenzie’s one-hour primetime special, Laura McKenzie’s Traveler-Armenia, will air April 23 in major U.S. markets, including KTLA Channel 5 in Los Angeles, the Broadway World reports.
The Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs and Sose & Allen’s Legacy Foundation will host the American premiere of the Luys I Luso Installation in Little Armenia, Hollywood on April 29th.