How is Armenian music perceived in the world today? How is Armenian music presented in the world? At this present time, how successful are Armenian musicians? What should be the future of Armenian music?
Armenian music is used as a vehicle for presenting Armenian culture. Music can be analyzed as a component of an overall cultural strategy. Also considered is the interrelationship between music and education. These themes and others are presented in a live discussion on the show. The show features well-known Armenian composers and performers.
The second part of our talk with Hmayak Durgaryan covers his memories of Rudolf Barshai, Yevgeny Svetlanov, Vladimir Spivakov and Spain as well as his impressions from Armenia. The broadcast starts with Josef Mysliveček's Trio where one can hear our violinist guest's performance. You'll also listen to excerpts from works by Franz Schubert, Mozart, J. S. Bach, P. Tchaikovsky, Arno Babajanian, and Martun Israyelyan, which are performed by the State Chamber Orchestra of Armenia conducted by Hmayak Durgaryan. The soloists of the anniversary concert in Yerevan were violinists Astghik Vardanyan, Ksenia Dubrovskaya, and Diana Adamyan, flutist Daria Grigorenko, harpist Anahit Danukhyan, and cellist Vahram Sarajyan.