Category: Mass.

Raising Spirits with ‘ArmComedy’ to Benefit Armenian Assembly and ATP

Raising Spirits with ‘ArmComedy’ to Benefit Armenian Assembly and ATP

WINCHESTER, Mass. — The Armenia Tree Project (ATP) and Armenian Assembly of America (Assembly) will host the “ArmComedy” duo of Narek Margaryan and Sergey Sargsyan for their first-ever comedy performances in the United States. ArmComedy’s benefit events will be held in Boston, Los Angeles and San Francisco. Tickets go on sale to the general public […]

CYSCA, NAASR, MIT Armenian Society to Present Panel on Climate Change

CYSCA, NAASR, MIT Armenian Society to Present Panel on Climate Change

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — The Cambridge-Yerevan Sister City Association (CYSCA), along with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Armenian Society and the National Association for Armenian Studies and Research (NAASR) announces a panel discussion on lightning, climate change and other exciting scientific challenges. This event is being held as part of the annual Cambridge Science Festival on Monday, […]

Baritones and Tenors in Musical Duels at Three Concerts

Baritones and Tenors in Musical Duels at Three Concerts

WORCESTER — Talents of the World, an international concert organization, is presenting “A Musical Duel of Tenors and Baritones” in three venues across the US: Mechanics Hall, Worcester, MA on March 31 at 7:30 p.m.; First Church in Cambridge, MA on April 1 at 7 p.m.; and Kimmel Center in Philadelphia, on April 9 at 7 p.m.. This project […]

Hye Pointe Church’s Cultural Center to Have Grand Opening on April 22

Hye Pointe Church’s Cultural Center to Have Grand Opening on April 22

BRADFORD, Mass. — The Armenian Apostolic Church at Hye Pointe broke ground on a new Family Life and Cultural Center in June 2016 on Route 125. This new center is the second phase of a three-phase project that started more than 15 years ago. In 2002, two local parishes, Holy Cross Apostolic Church in Lawrence […]

Billboards Commemorating Armenian Genocide Go up in Greater Boston

Billboards Commemorating Armenian Genocide Go up in Greater Boston

BOSTON — Peace of Art has launched its annual campaign of awareness for the Armenian Genocide.  Starting March 10 to April 30, the group has put up billboards at seven locations, including Rte. 1A in Lynn, Rte. 1 in Malden, 495 in Methuen, and on April 1, on South East Expressway in Boston. Peace of Art www.peaceofart.org will display a […]

New Film on Near East Relief and Armenian Genocide Screened Unofficially for First Time

New Film on Near East Relief and Armenian Genocide Screened Unofficially for First Time

By Aram Arkun Mirror-Spectator Staff NEWTON, Mass. — By now there are a good number of documentaries on the Armenian Genocide, but as good as some of the older ones are, with the passage of time, they begin to appear dated. New documentaries have the challenge of providing us with a fresh new look at […]

Tigran Hamasyan in Concert at Berklee Performance Center March 8

Tigran Hamasyan in Concert at Berklee Performance Center March 8

BOSTON — The Signature Series at Berklee on March 8 presents the ninth annual Berklee Middle Eastern Festival. This year’s edition features the music of Armenian pianist and composer Tigran Hamasyan. The event brings together guest artists, community musicians, Berklee students, visual artists and dancers from all over the world to celebrate the music of […]

Intercontinental Mélange: From Ethiopia to Watertown via Jerusalem and Either/Orchestra

Intercontinental Mélange: From Ethiopia to Watertown via Jerusalem and Either/Orchestra

By Aram Arkun Mirror-Spectator Staff WATERTOWN — Armenians have lived throughout the world and participated in many different cultures both in the past and present. A powerful example of this was proffered by the Friends of Armenian Culture Society (FACS) in an entertaining and informative evening on Sunday, February 19 at the Dorothy and Charles […]