Arts & Culture

  WATERTOWN, Mass. — On Wednesday, April 6, the Arsenal Center for the Arts paid tribute to the late Charles Mosesian, whose eponymous theater is at the center, while celebrating the center’s fifth anniversary and honoring[...]

  MONTREAL — After a Canadian tour last fall in Irina Brook’s “Waiting for the Dream,” actor and director Gerald Papasian is back in Montreal for two special events bringing new interpretations of Armenian favorites. A[...]

BOSTON — Lexington Composer Hayg Boyadjian’s composition, Mi Tango, for solo guitar, will be performed by guitarist Aaron Larget-Caplan, as part of the Boston Classical Guitar Society’s (BCGS)[...]

By Daphne Abeel Special to the Mirror-Spectator Turkey: The Permanent Putsch byErol Ozkoray, with a preface by Nikos Lygeros. Translated from the French by Aram Arkun.   Institute Chobanian. Paris. 2011. 55 pp. $9.95. ISBN: 978-2-[...]

NEW YORK — Bloomberg announced recently that Lara Setrakian has officially joined Bloomberg Television as a reporter based in[...]

FOXBORO, Mass. — “Now is the time to turn hope into action” is the message on the 2011 Armenian Genocide commemorative billboards sponsored by Peace of Art,[...]

By Daphne Abeel Special to the Mirror-Spectator Dead Man’s Shadow by Leonardo P. Alishan. Mazda Publishers. 2011. 144 pp. ISBN: 978-1-56859-287-9. The poet’s father named him Leonardo after the great artist, Leonardo da Vinci, but most[...]

By Anahit Tokatlyan Special to the Mirror-Spectator LOS ANGELES — When you ask Armenians about their music what usually comes to mind are artists like Tata or[...]

By Magdalina Zatikyan YEREVAN — Artsvi Bakhchinyan, an Armenian Studies scholar, researcher and translator based in Yerevan, brought to fruition a unique literary[...]

ALTADENA, Calif. — Famous diasporan poet Jacque S. Hagopian’s lyric novel, In Love with Liloush, was presented to the public on Sunday, February 19, at Tekeyan Cultural Association’s Beshgeturian Center. It was organized by the[...]

LUMBERTON, N.J. (Burlington County Times) — Ruth Boyajian is just 13, but her age melts away when she takes the stage and wows the audience as her fingers glide over the strings of her[...]