Tag Archives: Komitas

Songs of Solomon, Armenia’s Entry for Academy Awards

“The boy would grow up to be known as Komitas. He would rise above his humble beginnings to eventually be known as the savior of Armenian music” Recently I had the opportunity to screen Armenia‚Äôs official entry for the upcoming … Continue reading

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Nune’ Melikian and Komitas

This past week, I had the opportunity to perform in the same program as a young Armenian classical musician named Nune’ Melikian. She stole the show I am proud to say. Held at the Wayne State University Community Arts Auditorium … Continue reading

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Importance is recognized this 100th Year

As the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide draws closer, I have witnessed something I have not seen before – and I think like it. I realize that is an odd way to begin a blog on this subject, but … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday Aram Khachaturian!

While I was deciding what I would like to blog about today that centralizes on the theme of both Armenian and music, a nugget of information virtually fell in my lap. Probably one of the most iconic figures in classical … Continue reading

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