Guardians of Music: History of Armenian Music in Detroit NOW ON AMAZON

In 2015 which marked the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide, I released a film documentary. Guardians of Music: History of Armenian Music in Detroit followed the journey of Detroit Armenian musicians that were children of Armenian Genocide survivors and continued the tradition of performing Armenian folk music and creating a sense of community for the Armenian people.

This film featured rare photos and film clips of musicians and bands that entertained Armenian audiences in the metro Detroit area for decades.

Now, I am happy to announce that my film is available on Amazon.

If you haven’t seen this film, I would hope that you would give it a try and rent it or buy it on Amazon for a fraction of the cost it took to produce. This was a labor of love and the message of perpetuating the story of Armenian music and the musicians that allowed the music to live on even after a horrific Genocide continues to be a focal point whenever I am performing for live audiences.

If you have seen the film and would be so kind as to give it a favorable review, that is also appreciative!

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