© Սեբաստացի TV 2015
© Սեբաստացի TV 2015
Teachers’ Choir “Sebastatsies”
09:00 Departure from Holy Trinity Church
14:00 – 15:00 Summary of the project “We recite…” in Dsegh
15:00 – 16:00 Teachers’ Choir “Sebastatsies” concert in Haghpat
18։00 Welcome at Armenian-Georgian border, walk through Old Tbilisi, hostel Tskneti
21:00 Evening meeting in Tskneti Read the rest of this entry
«Teachers’ choir Sebastatsies was founded in 2012 at “Mkhitar Sebastatsi” Educomplex with the support of the educational foundation Sebastatsi. The artistic founder is the conductor of Yerevan Chamber Choir Harutiun Topikyan. It is a teachers’ four-part choir which performs Komitas, spiritual and Armenian folk ritual songs in concerts, rituals and various celebrations which are accompanied by different performances implementing author educational programs. The choir sings in churches in different regions of Armenia and in different concert halls. The performances of the choir are recorded and distributed. The activities of the teachers’ choir Sebastatsies is fully reflected in the blog https://ergchaxumbmskh.wordpress.com/ . Teachers’ choir Sebastatsies responses to all the invitations in Armenia and outside Armenia with love and pleasure.
The Franco-Hungarian visual artist Anna Ádám and the Swedish-American dancer-choreographer Sally O’Neill have this summer been invited by the Armenian Art and Cultural Studies Laboratory to conduct a visual- and performing art project, titled Mapping Memories. Yesterday they were present at the rehersal of «Sebastatsiner» Teachers’ Choir. They were surprised and very impressed by our professional performing. The impressions in the video.
«Sebastatsiner» Teachers’ Choir began its spring tours after long and frosty winter. With a song in our hearts, with our choirmaster Mr. Topikyan, we visited several churches in the province of Kotayk. Read the rest of this entry
«Sebastatsiner» Teachers’ Choir visited Gharghavank, a ruined but a very nice church. Gharghavank was built between the years 661 to 685 by Prince Grigor Mamikonyan.
Carrying on the project “Komitas” in Vaiots Dzor «Sebastatsiner» Teachers’ Choir visited the Monastery Noravank. I was among the singers in the choir. All of us admired the beauty of our nature and the unique monastery built in the middle ages. Our impressions are indescribable Noravank is a 13th century Armenian monastery, located 122km from Yerevan in a narrow gorge made by the Amaghu river, near the city of Yeghegnadzor. It was founded in the year 1205 by Bishop Hovhannes from Vahanavank Church.The gorge is known for its tall, sheer, brick-red cliffs, directly across from the monastery. The monastery is best known for its two-storey Surb Astvatsatsin church The beauty of this monastery is appreciated by many tourists not only because of its architecture but also for its harmony with the nature.