"Naregatsi" Concert à Lugano

Հայկական ժողովրդական երաժշտություն «Նարեկացի» համույթի կատարմամբ
Concerto di musica tradizionale armena con il complesso Naregatsi

24 aprile 2010 – Lugano
Ore 20.30: Conservatorio – Aula Magna

Ingresso libero – colletta

«Նարեկացի» - «Naregatsi»
Il complesso, composto da giovani in età compresa tra i 6 e i 18 anni, è stato creatonel 2008 nell'ambito dell’istituto omonimo. Il gruppo è diretto dal maestro Hovig Sahagian.

Das Ensemble wurde im August 2008 im Institut desselben Namens gegründet, und zählt Kindern von 6 bis 18 Jahren. Er wird von Hovig Sahagian dirigiert. Mit verschiedenen traditionellen Instrumenten werden Stücke von Komitas, Sheram, Sayat Nova und anderen bekannten armenischen Komponisten gespielt.

Cet ensemble, composé d’enfants de 6 à 18 ans, a été créé en août
2008 à l’Institut du même nom. Il est dirigé par Hovig Sahagian.

Նարեկացի համույթը հիմնվել է 2008 թվականի օգոստոսին համանուն մշակութային միությունում: Համույթի անդամներն են 6ից 18 տարեկան շնորհալի երեխաներ, խմբի ղեկավարն է Հովիկ Սահակյանը: Հայկական ավանդական ամենատարբեր երաժշտական գործիքներով կկատարվեն Կոմիտասի, Գուսան Շերամի, Սայաթ Նովայի և այլ հայ մեծերի ստեղծագործություններից:

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About "Naregatsi" Folk Instruments Ensemble
The Naregatsi Folk Instruments Ensemble was established on 27 August, 2008. The bases of the ensemble were laid back in March of 2005 when, free Tar and Kamancha classes were offered at the Naregatsi Art Institute. Over a 3 year academic course many concerts were organized with the participation of the Tar and Kamancha students. This inspired yet another incentive of establishing a Tar and Kamancha ensemble which will not only be an instrumental group but would also have vocalists. The name of the ensemble was chosen to be Naregatsi as the Naregatsi Art Institute was the birthplace and later a home to the initiative.

The artistic director of the Naregatsi Folk Ensemble is well known Tar player Hovig Sahagian. The aim of the ensemble is to ignite love and interest, in the new generation, towards Armenian folk musical instruments as it is up to the new generation to work towards the preservation and further development of Armenian folk culture.

The first concert of the ensemble was held on the day of its formation (August 27, 2008) during the opening ceremony of the "Lebanese Culture Week in Armenia". Later the ensemble had concerts in the regions of RA and Artsakh: Goris, Sisian, Stepanakert, Shushi, Sevan, etc. In 2009 musicians of Naregatsi Folk Instruments Ensemble participated in different competitions: "The 3rd traditional instruments and solo folk song artists' national competition", ""Veratsnund" International contest-festival". A number of young musicians were awarded prizes in different categories.
The ensemble is planning to have concerts in the regions and abroad, as well as they are going to participate in international festivals.

Naregatsi folk ensemble has received an invitation to visit Lion, France in April – May, 2010 on the initiative of "Yerkir Europe" organization. The tour will be financed by Rhône-Alpes of Lyon. Armenian and French young musicians are going to hold shared master classes on folk instruments in local music school. Concerts are planned to be in Lyon, Toulouse, Cahors, Sarlat St. CHAMASSY, Romans Montelimar and Paris. On the initiative of SEVAK Association in Switzerland concerts are to be held in Geneva, Zurich and Lugano.


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