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NEW YORK — A work by composer Mary Kouyoumdjian was named a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize earlier this month. The work, “Paper Pianos,” a music-theatre hybrid, was described by[...]

By Tracey Tully and Benjamin Weiser NEW YORK (New York Times) — It had been a busy Thursday for Senator Robert Menendez of New Jersey. He was in Washington presiding[...]

By Gary A. Kulhanjian Special to the Mirror-Spectator I was motivated to write this tribute and remembrance of my friend and professional colleague on the 70th anniversary of her blockbuster[...]

By Hugh Morris NEW YORK (New York Times) — Kirill Gerstein, a Soviet-born pianist whose parents sold their only proper asset — a garage — so that they could afford[...]

By Taleen Babayan NEW YORK — As Armenians gathered in Times Square for the 39th year to commemorate the Armenian Genocide, their spirits remained in solidarity with their brethren in[...]

NEW YORK — In a glittering evening of celebration, the Eastern Diocese of the Armenian Church of America marked the 125th Anniversary of the Armenian Church’s “Diocese of America” in[...]

NEW YORK — The 109th anniversary commemoration of the Armenian Genocide will take place in Times Square on Sunday, April 21, 2024 at 2:00 pm, featuring headline speakers Dr. Michael[...]

NEW YORK — The Foundation for Armenian Science and Technology (FAST) held its 2024 Advance Armenia New York Reception on April 4 at the Harvard Club in Manhattan. Under the[...]

NEW YORK — On Saturday, April 13, Pegasus: The Orchestra, led by founder, principal conductor, and artistic director, Karén Hakobyan, conducts the 2023-2024 Season’s Finale in a commemoration of Aram[...]

By Florence Avakian NEW YORK — It was a concert not to be missed. Two very young and very talented musicians wowed a sold-out audience at the Weill Recital Hall[...]