Rare Concert Introduces Sacramento to the Music of Azerbaijan

Azerbaijan is a country not often heard of, or spoken of, here in California. It is no doubt a mystery land to many of us. While its location holds a degree of mystery, it is a part of Europe and there is one thing that is certain about the country: its culture is profoundly musical. It’s for this reason that Azerbaijani music became such a … Continue reading Rare Concert Introduces Sacramento to the Music of Azerbaijan

SONUNCU The Last One – [Video]

This year, the Selection Committee received 3,450 short films, representing 128 production countries. Nine films will compete in 2014 for the Short Film Palme d’or, to be awarded by Abbas Kiarostami, President of the Jury, at the Awards Ceremony of the 67th Festival de Cannes on Saturday, May 24th. For the first time, an azeri and a georgian film will take part in the Short Films … Continue reading SONUNCU The Last One – [Video]

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Travel To Azerbaijan – Maiden Tower

Everyday Texas Azerbaijanis is trying to give back to the community so one of our new projects is cover as much information as we can with people who might be travelling to Baku and are not from Azerbaijan. So like us on Facebook so you can be informed with all the places to go in Baku or in Azerbaijan. Our team in Azerbaijan will be … Continue reading Travel To Azerbaijan – Maiden Tower

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World famous violinist Itzhak Perlman performs at Heydar Aliyev Center

World-renowned violinist, a 15 Grammy and 4 Emmy Award winner Itzhak Perlman has today performed at the Heydar Aliyev Center. The night of the classic music was dedicated to the 91st anniversary of the birth of prominent ophthalmologist, academician Zarifa Aliyeva. The Israeli-American musician was accompanied by a Sri Lankan pianist Rohan de Silva. The classic repertoire offered to the Baku audience included pieces by … Continue reading World famous violinist Itzhak Perlman performs at Heydar Aliyev Center

Armenian Plagiarism of “If Not That One, Then This One” on Russian TV

On December 18, the program “Health” at the first Russian channel had a performance of armenian dance with the music from operetta by Azerbaijani composer Uzeyir Hajibeyov of “O olmasin bu Olsun” “Not that, so this”, which was presented as Armenian. It is worth noting that this operetta “If Not That One, Then This One” also known as “Meshadi Ibad” is a musical comedy (operetta) in … Continue reading Armenian Plagiarism of “If Not That One, Then This One” on Russian TV

Toto Cutugno sings Sari Gelin in Azerbaijani language in Baku – [FULL VIDEO]

A concert of Italian singers was held at the Baku Crustal Hall on Wednesday, 18 December. The concert of the Stars of San Remo involved Albano, “Ricky I poveri”, Ricardo Foli, Umberto Tozzi, Tony Esposito, Pupo, Matia Bazar, Fiordaliso, Ivana Spagna. The night ended with the brilliant performance of one of the most popular Italian singers Toto Cutugno who sang his most popular songs for … Continue reading Toto Cutugno sings Sari Gelin in Azerbaijani language in Baku – [FULL VIDEO]

Russian celebrities visit Emin Agalarov’s Concert

Last night on one of the main entertainment venues of Moscow was a big recital Emin Agalarov, during which the singer presented his first Russian album “On the edge”. To support Emin many celebrities and friends arrived – Filipp Kirkorov, Timati, Yana Rudkovskaja, Andrei Malakhov and many other celebrities. After the performance, Emin’s celebrity guests gathered all together and went along with to a celebration … Continue reading Russian celebrities visit Emin Agalarov’s Concert

French Impressionist Masterpieces Arrive in Houston

BROTHERS STEPHEN AND STERLING CLARK, heirs to the Singer sewing machine fortune, were opposites in nearly every way. Stephen, born in 1882, ran the family business and was a leading philanthropist; Sterling, born in 1877, traveled the world and married an actress from the Comédie Française. Stephen collected edgy modernists like Van Gogh and Matisse; Sterling favored impressionists like Monet and Renoir. Unlike his brother, who … Continue reading French Impressionist Masterpieces Arrive in Houston

YARAT to hold exhibition of French photographer Alain Zimeray in Baku

YARAT invites to attend a personal exhibition of famous French photographer Alain Zimeray which is to be held in Azerbaijan on 4 to 18 December. Zimeray was born in Paris in 1954. He familiarized with the world of modern art in the early childhood. Thanks to his father, a famous collector, Alain had an opportunity to have a personal acquaintance with Aramn, Man Ray, Peter … Continue reading YARAT to hold exhibition of French photographer Alain Zimeray in Baku

Azerbaijan Artist at the Citizenship Month and the “Open the Door” Initiative in Houston,Texas

A celebration of Citizenship Month and unveiling of the “Open The Door” at Lone Star College-University Park took place on Tuesday, November 19, 2013. Several dignitaries such as Commissioner R. Jack Cagle, University of Houston-Downtown President Bill Flores, Houston Northwest Chamber of Commerce President Barbara Thomason, HP Comptroller Olivier Delelis, French Cultural Attaché Sylvie Christophe and Deputy Cultural Attaché Lauriane Blandel were present at the … Continue reading Azerbaijan Artist at the Citizenship Month and the “Open the Door” Initiative in Houston,Texas