Arts and Culture
A world premiere musical! SOME PEOPLE HEAR THUNDER is a powerful love story set between 1914 and 1915 in NYC and the villages in the shadow of Mousa Ler. This uplifting tale tells the story of a young reporter, his true love in America, and Armenians fighting for dignity and survival in the face of the brutality of the Turkish deportations, all brought to life through song, dance, and beautiful storytelling.
Wednesday, Nov 22 Arts and Culture
Keeping in tune with the giving spirit of Thanksgiving, five Armenian organizations in the New York metropolitan area will be giving back to their patrons a wonderful night of dance and celebration.
Sunday, Dec 3 Arts and Culture
Holy Martyrs Armenian Day School (HMADS) celebrates its golden 50th anniversary with a spotlight on culture.
Sunday, Dec 10 Arts and Culture
Concert featuring the St. Sarkis Datevig Children's Choir.
Sunday, Dec 17 Arts and Culture
Shushi Dance Ensemble is proud to sponsor the December 17th performance of the Magnificent Bert Dance Ensemble from Armenia for the first time in United States!
Saturday, Jan 20 Arts and Culture
AHC 2018: Fort Lauderdale, FL – Armenian Heritage Cruise XXI 2018 January 20-28, 2018 – Eastern Caribbean Cruise aboard the Royal Caribbean’s Freedom Of The Seas. Travelling to: St. Kitts / St.John's Antigua / San Juan / Labadee, Private Island.