Reflections on the birth and memorial days of famous people, as well as on holidays and important events will fill and enrich the cultural atmosphere of each of your days.
1. Hans Christian Andersen, The Little Mermaid
2. The Role of Fairy Tales
Since the creation of the world, there have always been both good and evil, and their fight continues to this day. Generations come and pass with that fight, and each human being learns to live fighting in their turn. The fairy tales are the instruction guide that teaches how to fight against evil, how to live correctly and effectively and not lose oneself among cannibals, witches, fairies, and miracles.
Ara Atayan, teacher at Aregnazan Educational Complex and lecturer at YSU
3. Symbolic Meaning of Fairy Tales
Fairy tales are among the strongest influences in childhood. What cryptography and symbolism are hidden in them that, being created even hundreds of years ago, they still talk to us? How can fairy tales help us, the people of the contemporary world, to have a meaningful, healthy, beautiful, and harmonious life?
Ara Atayan, teacher at Aregnazan Educational Complex, lecturer at YSU
The broadcast is dedicated to the memory of the legend of the 20th century. Listen to his most famous poems and songs based on them, remember some vivid episodes of his life, and get acquainted with the characteristics given to him by critics of his time.
The Russian writer Leo Tolstoy who earned world fame was born on September 9, 1828.
Nikol Galanderian, a talented Iran-based Armenian composer, gifted conductor and pedagogue, was born on September 7, 1881.
Yevgeny Svetlanov, a classic of the performing art of the second half of the 20th century, a long-term Artistic Director and Chief Conductor of the State Great Symphony Orchestra of the Soviet Union, was born on September 6, 1928.
Contemporary Armenian composer Eduard Hayrapetyan was born on September 5, 1949.
French writer, political scientist and diplomat, founder of the French literary romanticism François-René de Chateaubriand was born on September 4, 1768.
Anton Bruckner, one of the greatest representatives of musical romanticism, was born on September 4, 1824.
Russian composer and pianist Aleksandr Gurilyov was born on September 3, 1803.
Soprano Hasmik Papian, a famous representative of the modern opera art, was born on September 2, 1961.
Composer and violinist Sergey Aghajanyan, a prominent representative of Armenian music art, was born on September 1, 1929.
Famous Armenian prose writer, poet, playwright, publicist and translator Vahan Totovents was born on September 1, 1894.
On June 28, 1941, the main symbol of the Great Patriotic War, the song "Holy War" by Alexander Alexandrov (lyrics by Vasily Lebedev-Kumach), was performed for the first time in the Belorussky Railway Station in Moscow.
The Armenian prominent writer, lawyer and political scientist Krikor Zohrab was born on June 26, 1861.
Today is the birthday of the outstanding Armenian writer, literary critic, screenwriter, translator Aksel Bakunts.
On June 23, 1930, Alexander Spendiaryan's Opera "Almast" was staged for the first time in the Moscow branch of the Bolshoi Theater.
Today is the birthday of the great Russian poet, literary critic and translator Anna Akhmatova.
The outstanding German writer Erich Maria Remarque was born on June 22, 1898.
The Diocesan Theological School of Shushi was founded on June 22, 1838.