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Otri Trio performs for children with disabilities

Chance to have another dream

May 6, 2017
Otri Trio performs for children with disabilities
On May 5, 2017, Yervand Kochar Museum in Yerevan hosted a concert organized by a group of Armenian musicians and Pyunik charity organization for an unusual audience. More than 10 children with disabilities were invited to listen to the works by Aram Khachaturian, Komitas and Dmitri Shostakovich.

Once Armenians or separate ethnic group?

Zazas, unusual neighbors

February 23, 2017
Once Armenians or separate ethnic group?
During the recent years, Armenian media outlets have frequently referred to the distinctive features of the people called Zazas living in present-day Turkish town of Dersim (formerly the territory of Western Armenia) and the local Armenian communities, who survived the Genocide.

The other side of music

Instrumental injuries

January 14, 2017
The other side of music
Playing musical instruments is not always a pleasure. Due to the high physical and psychological demands of their work, musicians have a high risk of developing a range of health problems. While the audience is enjoying the music, the performer can endure pains you would never guess about.

Tigranes the Great and European opera

Armenian King in western culture

November 10, 2016
Tigranes the Great and European opera
Armenian King Tigranes the Great had served as a source of inspiration not only for the local historians and artists but also for European cultural luminaries. Being the hero of more than 20 operas, the King occupied a specific place in European music culture. PAN will tell about these operas and their authors.

Armenian Renaissance

Ahead of Europe

October 18, 2016
Armenian Renaissance
The Renaissance in Armenia started long before it arrived in Europe. Humanistic ideas characteristic for Renaissance were not re-opened in Armenia but ‘crystallized’ in line with the Christian norms. In Armenian reality, this period was the continuation of pre-Christian ideas, which evolved into new practice, giving birth to new art and outlook.

Dead man’s chest

Necropolis treasures in Armenian village

September 29, 2016
Dead man’s chest
Excavations in village of Karashamb started in 1987. Since then, about 800 graves containing jewels, weapons, pottery and china items have been discovered. The findings shed light not only on the funeral practice of the ancient times but also on the way of life of that civilization.

Kamo Nigaryan’s silent dialogue

Modest artist with great heritage

September 21, 2016
Kamo Nigaryan’s silent dialogue
When writing about painter Kamo Nigaryan, you come across some paradox, which can be compared to the feelings of an archaeologist who discovers an unknown object. He tries to understand the structure of the finding, its style and date of creation, as well as get any information about it. However, failing to find any info, the scientist produces his own conclusion, basing on his experience and impression from the discovery. No one knows how precise the conclusion is and there is a lot of room for speculation.

Armenian carpet in European artists’ works

Part II

September 2, 2016
Armenian carpet in European artists’ works
With its weaving peculiarities and aesthetic value, the Armenian carpet was highly prized in many countries, including Medieval Europe, where it was depicted by various artists. PanARMENIAN.Net continues to present the works in which the Armenian carpet found its worthy place.

Armenian culture treasures in Jerusalem

Priceless collections

August 27, 2016
Armenian culture treasures in Jerusalem
Armenian culture has been preserved through millennia. Nowadays, various artifacts are kept at museums across the globe, being pearls of different collections.

Ghost of culture

Armenian, Greek, Assyrian and Jewish heritage of Ottoman Empire

August 12, 2016
Ghost of culture
In the framework of a cultural heritage inventory project, the Hrant Dink Foundation carried out a research on Armenian, Greek, Assyrian and Jewish churches, synagogues, monasteries, schools, hospitals and cemeteries in Turkey.
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