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Iranian-Armenian Concert at FIU

Florida Armenians invites you to a special Iranian-Armenian musical performance this Saturday, January 9, 2016 at 7:30 PM at Florida International University (FIU), Biscayne Bay Campus, Wolfe University Center, 3000 NE 151st St, Miami, Florida 33181. 107 more words

General Update

BIOGRAPHY OF KOMITAS: One of the founders of Armenian national school of music

Komitas, a.k.a. Soghomon Soghomonyan, was born on September 26, 1869 in Anatolia, Turkey, in the town of Koutina (Ketaia). His father, Gevorg Soghomonyan was a shoemaker but he also composed songs and had a beautiful voice. 1,448 more words

Music Of Armenia

Whispers of Ellis Island Revisited

This morning on my way to a seminar I decided to listen to a recording in the car that I made many years ago. As a matter of fact, the album will turn fifteen this July. 208 more words

System Of A Down, Armenia's Favorite Sons, On Facing History

System of a Down is made up of four Los Angelenos of Armenian descent. This spring, they’ll play their first-ever concert in their ethnic homeland. 235 more words

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New Book on 19th Century Armenian Composer Kristapor Kara-Murza

Musicologist Mr. Krikor Pidejian will present his new book on the 19th-century Armenian composer Kristapor Kara-Murza on Thursday, February 19 at 7:30PM at St. Leon Armenian Church, 12-61 Saddle River Road, Fair Lawn, NJ. 240 more words

Zohrab Center Updates

0028. Serj Tankian - Elect The Dead [2007]

FanTASTic album right here.  I’ve been a huge fan of System of a Down from the beginning, and I’ll always be interested in what System’s members do on their own.   1,003 more words

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Genocide and Kim Kardashian: The Bloody History Behind System of a Down's Tour

By Kory Grow | January 8, 2015

Between their spasmodic rhythms and jagged melodies, System of a Down have always been committed to a sobering cause: raising recognition for the Armenian genocide of 1915. 278 more words

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