A Concert in Istanbul Dedicated to the Armenian Intellectuals Executed in 1915
As Jumhuriyat reports, a concert is to be held on April 22 in Turkey dedicated to the memory of the Armenian intellectuals and poets who were executed in 1915. According to the president of “Anatolian Culture” organization Osman Kavalan, it is Armenians, that played a great role in the development of music, science, as well as culture and other branches existed in that area: “oneshould reckon with the history and accept the reality . This is the Turkish reality.
The choir “Kardesh turkuler” and Jordy Savall will perform some works of Armenian exiled authors: it is also expected the premiere of Zulfu Livanel’s work dedicated to Komitas.
There are no upcoming events at this time.
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