CRAG E-Alert - 11 April 2005
Dear Friends & Supporters:
*** EVENTS ***
There are clearly a number of events taking place during this month, and the CRAG d-base e-alerts bring to your notice those ones that have been communicated to us.
Spring Remembrance Concert - Wigmore Hall - Monday, 11th April 2005, 7.30pm
ConTempo String Quartet; Gegham Grigorian (tenor); Asmik Grigorian (soprano); Anna Saradjian (piano). Compositions by Shostakovich, Bartok, Puccini, Verdi and Gomidas Vartabed.
Organised by RP Musical Management Ltd and sponsored by The Benlian Trust and AGBU London. For more information and tickets, log on: www.wigmore-hall.org.uk
BRITISH RESPONSES TO THE ARMENIAN GENOCIDE
A Talk by English Historian Greg Topalian - Hayashen / CAIA - 105a Mill Hill Road, Acton, London W3 8JF - Friday, 15th April 2005, 7.30pm
All Welcome, especially young people.
Log onto this website and www.accc.org.uk to get the latest highlights of commemorative events in England, Wales and Scotland for April 2005.
Read about five events talking place on 16, 20, 22, 23 & 24 April 2005. New and young faces are encouraged to participate in those events.
Also read [on the CRAG website] Mike Joseph's presentation at Holocaust Memorial Day, Nanor Tashdjian's exhibition, the Keram Armenian traditional music ensemble, Statements on the Armenian Genocide, and much more.
You can also download the Petition of the 90th Anniversary Committee for signature.
For those attending the events on 23 and 24 April 2005, do note that the Circle and District lines will not be running between Earl's Court and Whitechapel on that weekend.
*** NEW PUBLICATION ***
On the occasion of the 90th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide, a new book by Dr Tigran N Sarukhanyan (Armenian National Academy of Sciences, Institute of History) was published under the sponsorship of the Government of Armenia.
Entitled "Great Britain and the Genocide of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire, 1915-1918" (Ph.D. Thesis, 202 pages, Yerevan, 2005), this book is in Armenian and copies can be obtained directly from the author.
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