Topic: Boston

The Armenian State Symphony Orchestra is gearing up for its first United States Concert Tour! On June 26, 27 and 29, three of the United States’ leading concert halls will[...]

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[...]