Reflections on the birth and memorial days of famous people, as well as on holidays and important events will fill and enrich the cultural atmosphere of each of your days.
The Diocesan Theological School of Shushi was founded on June 22, 1838.
On the eve of the Great Patriotic War, June 21, 1941, the music written by Aram Khachaturian for Lermontov's drama "Masquerade" was performed for the first time.
Theater conductor and cellist, founder of French operetta Jacques Offenbach was born on June 20, 1818.
Today is the birthday of Czech composer and violinist Johann Stamitz, the founder of the Mannheim school.
Austrian composer Pleyel was born in the family of a rural teacher and became the most influential composer and publisher of post-revolutionary Paris, the founder and head of the piano company bearing his name.
Composer Ignaz Pleyel was born on June 18, 1757.
Today is the birthday of Charles Gounod, a famous representative of the French musical culture of the second half of the 19th century.
Today is the birthday of Anahit Nersisyan, a notable representative of the modern Armenian performing and pedagogical school.
Today is Sayat-Nova's birthday. He was born on June 14, 1722, in a family of urban artisans in Tbilisi. He spent his childhood and youth in Tbilisi. Sayat-Nova could read and write in Armenian and Georgian, and also knew the Arabic alphabet.
The diary of this Jewish girl, composed in the bloody days of the forties of the 20th century, "is about dreams, ways to achieve them, about the relative happiness between pain and loss, about the human being and his or her struggle. And this struggle never ends," as written in the Foreword of the Armenian-language reprint of "Anne Frank's Diary." Today is Anne Frank's birthday.
Today is the birthday of the greatest German romantic. He dreamed of becoming a virtuoso pianist, but the incurable ailment of his right hand made him give up these hopes. The best performer of his piano works was his wife – the prominent pianist Clara Wieck. On the occasion of Schumann's birthday, we present the radio essay "Struggle for Clara."
He gave Armenian composer art the right to be fully classical. Thanks to his works, Armenian musical culture began to speak to the world in the language of Armenian symphony, Armenian concert, and Armenian ballet. Aram Khachaturian was born on June 6, 1903.