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Event in London dedicated to the 103rd Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide

14.04.2018

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On April 14, a remembrance concert dedicated to the 103rd anniversary of the Armenian Genocide took place, organized by the Tekeyan Foundation of London, the Tekeyan Cultural Association and the Armenian Society of King's College, London. A representative of the Armenian Embassy was present.

The Embassy's message to the organizers of the concert and the guests highlighted the role of music in the preservation of the memories of the Armenian Genocide, revealing the sufferings, courage, hope and determination of the Armenian people through art.

Speeches were delivered by Vardan Uzunyan, the Chairman of the Tekeyan Center Foundation, Father Shnork Baghdasaryan, Vahe Asatryan, a student and the Co-Chair of the Armenian Society of King's College, London.

The works of the great Armenian composer Komitas and folk songs were performed by Komitas Chamber Choir of London (led by G. Najarian). Pianist Thomas Ang, clarinetist Paul Everenden, violinist Anzhela Najaryan, singers Anis Heghoyan, Mghanush Baghramyan, duduk players Ara Petrosyan, Harutyun Melikyan and accordionist Arkady Antonyan performed different works. Vanuhi Petrosyan a college student, recited.

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