Topic: Armenian music

By Harry A. Kezelian III Special to the Mirror-Spectator DETROIT — “That generation…” Stephan Karougian, the 80-something male soloist of St. John’s Armenian Church Komitas Choir in Detroit, was telling me about his parents, as I[...]

By Harry Kezelian Special to the Mirror-Spectator DETROIT — The last few years has seen a very interesting phenomenon in the Armenian music world – the growth of what might be called “modern Armenian folk music.” These new[...]

FRESNO — The Armenian Studies Program will hold a special event, “Armenian-American Musical Heritage of the San Joaquin Valley,” on Saturday, February 29, 1-5 p.m., in the University Business Center on the Fresno State campus. The[...]

LOS ANGELES — “Music of Historic Armenia” will be a lecture/performance by oud virtuoso Richard Hagopian at Abril Bookstore on February 22, where he will discuss the origins and melodic modes of Armenian music, focusing on the[...]

YEREVAN/BUENOS AIRES — Alin Demirdjian is an Argentinian-Armenian singer-songwriter. She has two solo albums with her own songs in Spanish, and she has also been part of different Argentinian and Armenian musical projects in Buenos[...]

WASHINGTON – The Cadence Ensemble performed in Washington D. C. on May 5 at the Duke Ellington School of Arts under the sponsorship of the Armenians Worldwide Association and under the auspices of the Embassy of the Republic of Armenia[...]

LODI, N.J. — Award-winning pop singer Sirusho brought her dazzling mix of contemporary and traditional music to the Felician College’s Breslin Theater on Saturday, March 17 at an event hosted by the Hamazkayin Armenian Education and[...]

By Aram Arkun Mirror-Spectator Staff FRAMINGHAM,  Mass. – Members of the Zangakner Performing Arts Ensemble gave a performance of part of its Armenian repertoire to help celebrate Poon Paregentan at the Armenian Church of the Holy[...]