AGBU MUSICAL ARMENIA PROGRAM 2017

 

17 young and talented musicians of diverse backgrounds, levels and nationalities joined AGBU Musical Armenia program 2017 to explore Armenia’s rich musical traditions. They enjoyed this one of a kind experience of attending specialized lectures and individual master classes in their area of expertise with Armenia’s foremost experts.

WE WANT EUROPE IN ARTSAKH

 

 

 

On July 14, AGBU Armenia hosted a press briefing and a public discussion to present AGBU Europe’s campaign for the European Union to engage in Artsakh (Nagorno Karabakh) Republic. The speakers - Artsakh Human Rights Defender Ruben Melikyan, AGBU Armenia Executive Director Talar Kazanjian, AGBU Europe Director Nicolas Tavitian (live from Brussels), and Coordinator of the Federation of Armenian Organizations in Belgium Shahnur Minasyan - presented the goals of the campaign and how the support of the relevant institutions and the general public can help achieve those goals.

For 28 years, the population of Nagorno-Karabakh have been living under blockade. This is the only territory where EU officials never go and where Europe provides no aid. Nagorno-Karabakh’s isolation is unique. The EU provides aid to 150 countries around the World. It also provides aid to people in many unrecognized territories such as Abkhazia, Transnistria and Northern Cyprus regardless of their status. This policy is called “engagement without recognition”.

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MUSICAL ARMENIA: GET INSPIRED, MAKE IT YOUR OWN!

 

Make your summer plans today and apply for the AGBU Musical Armenia Program, July 10-30, 2017!
Learn about an ancient musical tradition, surrounded by Armenia's rich culture and landscape; meet like-minded people from around the world; perfect your skills (and learn new ones!); perform and attend countless concerts and events and so much more!

More: http://www.agbumusicalarmenia.org

AGBU IS BUILDING THE “CREATIVE FUTURE” ON ARMENIA-DIASPORA UNITY

 

Taking stock of the present to build the future: the hall was full of creative people, a spirit of innovation was in the air. Hosted by Armenian General Benevolent Union (AGBU) for a full day event on the Creative and Cultural Industries (CCI), they came together to collectively design a vision. Where do we see Armenia ten years down the road in the CCI’s? Contemporary art and education, design and architecture, photography and communication – these were the main topics of “Building Industry: Creative Tomorrow” conference. 
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It was the 24th of April. The human river was flowing towards the Genocide Memorial at Tsitsernakaberd. They were pilgrims who came to pay tribute to the martyrs of 1915. They were not in black, they were not mourning, they lined up to lay flowers at the eternal flame with the promise and a determination to remember and demand.

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