Topic: Armenian music

By Jesse Kenas Collins WATERTOWN — Over the past year, the Armenian Museum of America’s Sound Archive program has taken a giant step forward. Each month, the museum posts a[...]

YEREVAN — Thirty-six-year-old Tigrane Kazazian is an oud player, multi-instrumentalist, composer and singer. He was born in Cairo, in the family of a musician and a historian. From the age[...]

WATERTOWN — Armenian-American musician Daniel “Danny” Peter Bedrosian, member of George Clinton’s Parliament-Funkadelic collective, finally has completed a project which took several decades of work: The Authorized P-Funk Song[...]

PROVIDENCE — The Cultural Committee of the Sts. Sahag and Mesrob Church of Providence, RI, organized a special concert titled “Sird Im Sasanee” of Armenian spiritual[...]

WATERTOWN — There are a fair number of Armenian soloists and ensembles who come to the United States on tour, but the all-women Nairyan Vocal Ensemble is distinguished from them[...]

WATERTOWN — The Zangér Boston Youth Chorale has just announced its rehearsal schedule for the 2023-2024 season. Chorus members are coming together after the summer vacation to begin preparations for Christmas[...]

By Stephan S. Nigohosian NEW YORK — The dynamic music of venerated Soviet-Armenian composer and conductor Aram Khachaturian was explored at a special screening of “Khachaturian: An Archival Film,” on[...]

YEREVAN  — The Naghash Ensemble of Armenia  for the first time is embarking on a North American tour and that is indeed a cause for celebration. The ensemble’s music is[...]

YEREVAN — “Do whatever you can, without waiting for the perfect time.” This is the motto of the Musical Instruments for Armenia (MIFA), a grassroots charity initiative that aims to[...]

By Harout Arakelian Special to the Mirror-Spectator “World music is ‘in’ today, and I was at the bottom end of this thing, I was doing this music in the ‘50s![...]