PORTSMOUTH, R.I. — For the first time, a voluminous collection of first-hand accounts of atrocities experienced and reported by repatriating Armenian and other Christian survivors of the WWI deportations have been translated into[...]

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — The Armenian Martyrs’ Memorial Committee of Rhode Island hosted two important events commemorating the 108th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide on April 29-30. The weekend began with a panel discussion with Dr.[...]

PROVIDENCE — Exactly one year ago, the noted Armenian composer, teacher, public figure Levon Chaushyan died prematurely. His name is widely known as the author of symphonic, instrumental, chamber, vocal works, which are widely published[...]

WYCKOFF, N.J. — “My paternal great-grandmother Hajimom passed into her eternal rest when I was 8 months old,” says Ruth Bedevian. “Anna Najimian Bakalian is sleeping in Flower Hill Cemetery in North Bergen, New Jersey. Indeed, she[...]

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — The WaterFire Arts Center (WFAC), a multi-use arts venue, located at 475 Valley Street, in October opened “Tender Cargo,” a a month-long exhibition by Taleen Batalian which will be on view at WaterFire Arts Center[...]

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — For the first time in five-years, the Rhode Island Armenian community met at North Burial Ground, Providence, to commemorate the Armenian Genocide, and to venerate those victims who are now canonized as Holy Martyrs.[...]

BOSTON — Members of the Armenian diaspora often face questions about how they will engage with their heritage, if at all. Research has shown that a specific generation (first, second, third etc.) has a huge impact on the attitudes of[...]

By Konstantin Petrossian PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Sad news came from Yerevan. Prominent Armenian composer, public figure and pedagogue Levon Chaushyan died suddenly. He was an Honored Art Worker of the Republic of Armenia, endowed with the[...]

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — This past August, the Ararat Association of Rhode Island hosted its 33rd annual Armenian Invitation Tournament, which proved to be the most successful in the organization’s history. From its beginning in 1983, the[...]

YEREVAN – An evening devoted to the works of famous composer and conductor Konstantin Petrossian took place at the Komitas Chamber Music Center in Yerevan on September 14. Petrossian is the author of many compositions, including[...]