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Wednesday, 26 December 2012

Sayat-Nova 300th Birth Anniversary-Dedicated Events Discussed

Chaired by Prime Minister Tigran Sargsyan, the Sayat-Nova 300th Anniversary Committee met in the Office of Government.

Minister of Culture Hasmik Poghosyan reported that as launched early this year, the jubilee events will be continued in 2013. Thematic exhibitions, music festivals, literary and musical matinees have been organized nationwide throughout this year. The National Academy of Sciences has hosted a number of jubilee-dated symposia.

A book is out entitled “Sayat-Nova -300.” A fiction movie has been made devoted to the prominent Armenian composer, which will be presented to the public in 2013. Underway are the preparations for “Sayat-Nova” musical.

It was also informed that the Sayat-Nova 300th anniversary is included in the 2012-2013 UNESCO calendar of famous people and important events.

Those in attendance came up with numerous proposals regarding the anniversary celebrations. Some of them suggested translating Sayat Nova-related literature into as many as possible foreign languages in order to introduce the composer to the international community.

The Premier welcomed the idea: “It is important for us to raise awareness about Sayat-Nova abroad. We should introduce the great composer through English and in Russian materials. In general, we should be able to promote our artistic, literary and cultural heritage,” he said.

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