Tolerance and Intolerencein Armenian Literature


Tolerance is the expression of respect or tolerance for another nationality or religious affiliation, worldview, lifestyle, behavior and tradition. There are different views on how tolerant we are as Armenians. The topic of tolerance has many diverse and interesting manifestations in Armenian literature.
Hayk Hambardzumyan discussed these issues with Gevorg Ter-Gabrielyan, Executive Director of the Eurasia Partnership Foundation and publicist. 
 

The Sermon of Mount: “Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread” (Matth. 6:11, Luke 11:3)


“Give us this day our daily bread”: Rev. Father Ruben Zargarian continues providing explanations on the passage. 
 

The Sermon of Mount: “Thy Will be Done in Earth, as it is in Heaven” (Matth. 6:10)


“Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven”: Rev. Father Ruben Zargarian continues providing explanations on the passage. 
 

The Sermon of Mount: “And Forgive Us Our Debts, as We Forgive Our Debtors” (Matth. 6:12, Luke 11:4)


“And forgive us our debts, as We Forgive Our Debtors”: Rev. Father Ruben Zargarian continues providing explanations on the passage. 
 

Studies of foreign Armenologists in Armenian


The US and European Centers for Armenology organize symposia on various issues of Armenology, monographs and articles are published in foreign languages, but most of them are not available in Armenian and to the Armenia-based scientific communities. Translations and editions of these foreign-language studies as such are rare in Armenia. What is the reason for this, how is it possible to develop the ties between foreign and Armenia-based Armenology, and also increase the level of mutual recognition?
Hayk Hambardzumyan discussed these issues with Kevork Bardakjian, Armenologist and Professorof the University of Michigan. 

Armenian-British Literary-Musical Bridge


Recently a joint Armenian-British concert took place in Yerevan, where compositions of British contemporary composers based on Armenian classic poems were heard. How was this literary-musical bridge created, what do such partnerships give to our young composers, what opportunities our young musicians have in Armenia to realize their potential?
Hayk Hambardzumyan discussed these issues with Arpine Kalinina, composer, piano. 

 

The Sermon of Mount: “Thy Kingdom Come” (Matth. 6:10, Luke 11:2)


“Thy Kingdom Come”: Rev. Father Ruben Zargarian continues providing explanations on the passage. 
 

guest: Hranush Hakobyan


“What grounds and preconditions are there for Armenia to trust the Diaspora and vice versa.”
The RA Minister of Diaspora Hranush Hakobyan is hosted by the TV program “Day 6”. She addresses the recommendations made at the 6th Armenia-Diaspora Conference and its outcomes. 
 

 

guest: Ara Zohrabyan


While discussing the draft Law on Prevention of Domestic Violence and Protection of Victims of Domestic Violence, it is definitely necessary to take into account the approach of the constituent towards family relations, constitutional rights of people. 
Ara Zohrabyan, President of RA Chamber of Advocates is the guest of “Day 6” TV series. 
 

 

guest: Bishop Bagrat Galstanyan


Bishop Bagrat Galstanyan, Primate of the Tavush Diocese, the Director of the Office on Ecclesiastical Liturgical Issues of the Mother See, expresses his views on the the draft Law on Prevention of Domestic Violence and Protection of Victims of Domestic Violence

Publicizing Classical Music


The new undertakings addressed at presenting classical music in multiple formats, making this type of music public are gradually becoming more and more popular. Why is classical music brought out to streets, what does it perish, what does it gain when taken out of concert hall walls, do these new initiatives help classical music gain wider popularity and recognition? 
Hayk Hambardzumyan talks about these issues with Ashot Tigranyan, founder of “Ashot Tigranyan” Cultural Musical Foundation and violin.
 

Yerevan Book Festival


Yerevan Book Festival kicked off in Yerevan to make modern Armenian literature public, present new publications, and boost writer-publisher, writer-reader relations. These issues are always under discussion within the literary-publishing circles, however many issues still remain untackled. How will the festival contribute to solving these issues, how convenient is the festival format for the purposes of presenting literature; who and how should publicize book? 
Hayk Hambardzumyan talks about these issues with Armen Sargsyan, Coordinator of Literary Program of the Ministry of Culture of Armenia.