Gomidas/Komitas

ARLINGTON, Mass. — Cellist Christina Gullans joins the Armenian Cultural Foundation to host “Senza Misura” (“Without Measure”), a chamber music concert dedicated to Alan Hovhaness’ life and narratives, on December 15. The[...]

HALLE, Germany — The cathedral in Halle is huge, but once the doors closed and visitors had taken their seats, it was almost full — at least as full as it could be under pandemic conditions of social distancing. In mid-afternoon on[...]

Nocturne: a short composition of a romantic or dreamy character suggestive of night, typically for piano. NEW YORK — When most people think of classical Armenian composers, Khachaturian and Babadjanyan spring to mind, along with perhaps[...]

By Patrick Hipes LOS ANGELES (Deadline) — Cloudburst Entertainment has acquired rights to “Songs of Solomon,” Armenia’s official entry for this year’s International Feature Film Oscar race. The drama, directed by Arman[...]

PARIS (PanArmenian.net) — A monument to the great Armenian composer Komitas was desecrated in Paris, it was reported on August 30. “Vandalism during a pandemic. On the monument to Komitas, personifying the Armenian Genocide, it is[...]

NEW YORK — Nvak, a music education non-profit organization dedicated to cultivating young global musical talent, is releasing an Armenian folk album from its collective of singer-songwriters on April 24. The album features 5 songs from[...]

By Artsvi Bakhchinyan Special to Mirror-Spectator MADRID/YEREVAN – Iván Gaztañaga is young Spanish political scientist and PhD in international law and international relations (University of Granada) and expert in Middle East Studies[...]