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Monday, 3 December 2012

PM Gets Acquainted With Capital Repairs At Al. Spendiaryan Home-Museum





Accompanied by Minister of Culture Hasmik Poghosyan, Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan visited the Alexander Spendiaryan Home-Museum to get acquainted with the ongoing reconstruction works.

The treasury-funded reconstruction work was launched in 2011. AMD 1m 800  thousand was invested design activities, with 29,468 thousand drams spent on rebuilding activities. The whole site has been renovated: main exhibition area, office premises, stock etc.

The Museum has been given a fresh look in line with the modern standards, with special emphasis on Al. Spendiaryan’s artistic legacy and personal contribution to the development of classical music in both Armenia and worldwide. Using the latest technologies, the designers have managed to highlight his invaluable role in shaping Armenian symphonic music traditions, founding a symphony orchestra and an opera studio.

Besides getting acquainted with the composer’s life story, visitors can join the “I am a conductor” interactive game to enhance their conductor’s skills.

Conceived in 2012 and financed with public funds, the main exposition is the third-ever prime screening in the history of the home-museum. Founded in 1963, the home-museum was inaugurated on November 25, 1967. It is Armenia’s first musical museum.

Located at Nalbandian 21, the building of the museum was built in 1925-26 and designed by architect Nicholas Buniatyan. It is part of the list of monuments of history and culture in Yerevan. In 1926 architect Alexander Tamanyan suggested that the apartment should be allocated to Alexander Spendiaryan, where the composer lived until his death in 1928. The museum was launched by his daughter Marina Spendiarova who donated most of the exhibits in the museum, including the composer’s personal belongings, documents, letters and manuscripts.

The State first funded a renovation work as early as in 1987, which was left incomplete due to the financial problems caused by the transition period.

The Alexander Spendiaryan’s 140th anniversary-dated “Memories” collection was introduced to the head of government.
 

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