A compelling poetic and musical journey through time, featuring solo cello and spoken word.
Also Seen at:
53 East 79th Street, New York
(212) 288 6900 X230.
or visit: www.nysoclib.org
Actor Nora Armani brings to life Armenian legends and songs from pagan times to the modern era, including the gripping Birth of Vahakn (Armenia’s God of Fire and
conqueror of dragons), the ancient legend of the doomed lovers of Akhtamar, and the story of the enchanted Dove Abbey by national poet Hovhannes Toumanyan.
photo: Still from video by Gregory Singer
Cellist David Bakamjian performs poignant folk
songs collected by Komitas, haunting sacred chants from the middle ages, and evocative music by twentieth-century composer Akan Hovhaness,
EVOCATIONS OF ARMENIA
Actor Nora Armani
Cellist David Bakamjian
in a new program at the
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Sunday at the Met-
Armenian Khatchkar (stone Cross)
starting at 1.30 pm with talks on
Mideaval Armenian Art & Culture
Sunday, November 23, 2008
The Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium
call (212) 253 2022 or contact
ACTOR NORA ARMANI has a list of international theater and film credits. Her self-penned award-winning performances include Sojourn at Ararat, On the Couch with Nora Armani, Nannto Nannto, and
CELLIST DAVID BAKAMJIAN performs