Concert of Vladimir Avetisyan, D'Black Blues Orchestra band and State Youth Orchestra of Armenia dedicated to the 70th anniversary of Eric Clapton took place at the Karen Demirchyan Sports and Concert Complex
So, here you are a traveller in Armenia with a burning passion for the ultimate communication between leader and follower, for the music that comes out through your feet and for the interest to discover how tango accommodates itself in the Armenian realities?
Contemporary Armenian rock bands, including Like in Syberia, Voo Doo, Perfect Legacy and Nairi, have all gathered on a roof in Yerevan, and we managed to ask them a few questions.
Legendary Local Jazzman, Vahagn Hayrapetyan, sits down with ImYerevan to discuss everything from his personal journey with jazz, to his experience teaching Tigran Hamasyan, to his most despised jazz tunes, and everything in between.
Stepan Shakarian sits down with ImYerevan to describe his studies with Aram Khatchaturian, as well as the importance of being self-taught and how it has helped him to achieve mastery of the jazz vocabulary.
Only a few would readily admit that Armenian rock, to put it mildly, is seeing hard times. ImYerevan asks why to some of Armenia's most well-known rock 'n' rollers, and these are the responses we got.
In this article, musician Miqayel Voskanyan reflects about his childhood in Yerevan and his hopes for the city's future, demonstrating to ImYerevan what it means to be creative in a society in transition.
Here is ImYerevan's list of 5 reasons why Datevik Hovanesian has won not only our ears, but our hearts, as well.
A medical professional by day and showman-singer-comedian by night, AramMP3 has a tough schedule. Yet while he may not have time to stroll down the city streets often, in this interview, he talks to ImYerevan.com about his childhood and hopes to for the city's future direction.