Arto Tunçboyacıyan of the Armenian Navy Band along with pianist Vardan Ovsepian and cellist Artyom Manukyan are playing a free concert in Downtown LA on Saturday, July 2, as a band called “1 To 3.”
The Society for Armenian Studies announces the release of Volume 24 of the Journal of the Society for Armenian Studies (JSAS).
Anush Elbakyan has received a New England Emmy Award in the “Outstanding News Report – Serious Feature” category. Elbakyan was nominated for a documentary short, “A Day in Life of Leo.”
The Fresno Art Museum presents the exhibition “Rendering Homage: Portraits of a Patron” featuring Los Angeles art patron, collector, and arts advocate, Joan Agajanian Quinn.
Armenian American playwright Lisa Kirazian’s play, “On Air,” will be featured at a San Diego-based theater festival from July 21-24.
Armenian Public Radio of Los Angeles and TmbaTa of Yerevan will participate in the 2016 Smithsonian Folklife Festival, Sounds of California from July 7-8.
Vahe Berberian’s film “3 Weeks in Yerevan” is aimed to open in August; first in Armenia, then in the US, followed by all major cities with Armenian communities.
President Serzh Sarkisian and First Lady Rita Sarkisian, family and friends and a number of admirers bid last farewell to the beloved singer Ofelya Hambardzymyan.
Armenian Genocide-themed epic “The Promise,” which stars Oscar Issac and Christian Bale is eyeing to hit theaters as early as December.
A new book highlighting various aspects of Armenian history and culture called Impact of a Nation has just been published as an initiative of The 100 Years, 100 Facts Project.