Armenian Music Ensemble

Armenian Music Ensemble

Course Info:

ETHNMUS 91Z:6 and 161Z:6

Director: Armen Adamian

The Armenian ensemble provides instruction in the heritage of Armenian folk music. Students learn an array of songs, instruments and dances via methods of oral transmission. We discuss an array of relevant cultural, historic and political issues to enrich student practice of musical forms.

For information about course enrollment, contact instructor Armen Adamian.

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