Topic: Boston

BOSTON — The Armenian National Philharmonic Orchestra will appear at Symphony Hall in Boston on Tuesday, November 21 at 8 p.m. as part of its North American tour. The orchestra,[...]

BOSTON – Boston Mayor Marty J. Walsh announced in a letter addressed to the Greater Boston Armenian community dated March 3 that he was rescinding the proclamation issued by his[...]

BOSTON — The 67th annual Armenian Night at the Pops featured violinist Haig Hovsepian, a rising sophomore at the Cleveland Institute of Music performing along with the Boston Pops at[...]

WALTHAM, Mass. — More than 110 supporters, clad in their most festive and colorful attires, attended the inaugural Armenia Tree Project’s Kentucky Derby Watch Party at the historic Gore Place[...]

WATERTOWN — For more than a hundred years, Armenians talk about the murdered victims of the Genocide. It is time to talk about the living victims of the Genocide, the[...]

BOSTON — “In the heart of Boston, there is a fantastic and creative little park…The features of the park are, simply put, works of art…the shape-changing split dodecahedron, like memory[...]

BOSTON — The Knights of Vartan Ararat Lodge 1 is sponsoring free bus transportation to and from the Times Square commemoration of the Armenian Genocide on Sunday, April 22. The rally[...]

CAMBRIDGE, Mass.— A pilgrimage to Armenia in 2016 transformed Holy Trinity Armenian Church parishioner Cynthia Kazanjian’s life. The change was not so much in religious terms but in terms of[...]

BELMONT, Mass. — Dr. Henry Theriault, recently elected as president of the International Association of Genocide Studies (IAGS), will be in conversation with National Association for Armenian Studies and Research[...]

BOSTON — The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston is currently hosting an exhibit of Inuit prints donated by the estate of the late renowned Canadian-Armenian portrait photographer Yousuf Karsh[...]