Djanbazian Dance Company to Perform in Yerevan
The Djanbazian Dance Company will be travelling to Armenia to celebrate their 75th Anniversary’s opening ceremony. Premiering – “Priceless Soul” & “Carahunge” (Speaking Stones) Ballets.
The opening ceremony will take place on Friday June 19th, 2015 at the Sundukyan State Academic Theatre of Yerevan (Armenia).
The “Priceless Soul” ballet is a tribute and honor to those who have lost the battle against cancer and those who are still fighting and the new ballet of “Carahunge” (Speaking Stones) depict the glorious empowerment of modern Armenian women and their existing voices in dispersion. No doubt this exceptional revisit to our cultural roots is a magnificent ground – to give respect, to remember, to appreciate and to seize our historical glory.
Note, that the show will start at 7:00pm.
There are no upcoming events at this time.
- Թուրքիայում վաճառքի է հանվել հայ վարպետի պատրաստած երաժշտական գործիք
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