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Lavach
Performance at 2009 Mosaic III Concert - Lavach is the name of the traditional Armenian bread. Lavach was founded by four multicultural French musicians, originally from Armenia, Congo, Poland and Mexico. Their happy, warm and vibrant music mainly takes its roots in Armenian and Balkan soil. But they also like to blend their music with other repertoires, adding contemporary sounds to create unusual styles: Macedonian reggae-dub, Romanian odd-time samba, Algerian waltz, and psychedelic klezmer.

http://60gp.ovh.net/~lavach/


Sebu
Performance at 2009 Mosaic III Concert - Sebu is a Los Angeles based singer, songwriter and producer. After a decade of fronting several ground-breaking bands, L.A. based recording artist Sebu is back on the scene. He performed in his solo debut concert at the House Of Blues in West Hollywood in January 2009. The melody churning singer/songwriter and multi-faceted music producer will be joined by his new band to unveil a fresh set of sweet harmonies and bumping rhythms.

http://www.sebu.us


Vahagn Turgutyan
Performance at 2009 Mosaic III Concert - Vahagn's guitar has taken him across the world on several tours and festivals. As an accomplished flamenco guitarist, Vahagn has also been studying Armenian folk music from which he extracts the nuances he feels best fit his flamenco compositions, creating a unique and signature sound. Performing with Vahagn on March 8th, will be musicians Vik Momjian on bass, Jimmy Branley on percussion, Jivan Gasparian Jr. on duduk, and Zane Musa on sax.

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Vahe Berberian - http://www.vaheberberian.com
Out of the Cage - February 2009

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Eric Nazarian
The Blue Hour DVD Release Gala Banquet. March 2009.

http://www.thebluehourmovie.com


Sisian Theater Productions
A new born Theater Productions introduced by the Sarians. We are working on a play that is vital to the Armenian community in Los Angeles and in the diaspora. Directed by Raffi Sarian, young theater enthusiests learn to act on stage in front of a live audience and also learn discipline and ways to better ones-self.

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