17 May 2021
Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport and "Little Singers of Armenia" Children's Philharmonic are holding a choir festival entitled with "Song and Love" in Syunik, from May 28 to June 1 in Artsakh within the framework of "Rear is culture, border is centre" program. The festival is dedicated to the day of the proclamation of the first Republic of Armenia, and International Children's Day. The final concerts will take place on May 28, at 17:00, in the Kapan Cultural Center, on June 1, at 19:00, in the Stepanakert Culture and Youth Palace. 17 choirs from Syunik and Artsakh and the "Little Singers of Armenia" choir will participate in the event. Admission is free.
GRIGOR NAREKATSI-THAT CART WAS DESCENDING27 Feb 2021
February 27 is celebrated in the Roman calendar as the day of remembrance of the Archimandrite of the Ecumenical Church, St.Grigor Narekatsi. Performed by Anahit Papayan, a former singer of the "Little Singers of Armenia" choir.
Postponing 4th ALS Choral Composition Competition04 Aug 2020
With the worldwide outbreak of Covid-19 the second Round of the 4th ALS Choral Composition Competition is postponed indefinitely. The second Round will be hold not soon but two months after opening schools and reopening of borders in order international jury members manage to have a flight to Armenia.
Our thoughts are with all those who are infected and at high risk . Despite the situation we are optimistic and wait for positive changes and better days to come.We are sure, we will soon overcome this challenge and move on to our regular activities.
Voices of Light01 Feb 2020
Film Screening “Voices of Light” directed by Hrant Vardanyan. The documentary is about the Little Singers of Armenia choir's concert tour in 16 cities of Switzerland in 2016.
Paris National Opera Children Choir and the Little Singers of Armenia22 Jan 2020
Paris National Opera Children Choir and the Little Singers of Armenia
Five Hues01 Feb 2020
On June 21, the Little Singers of Armenia choir performed a solo concert entitled “Five Hues” in Komitas Chamber Music Hall, at 19:00. The concert was dedicated to the 95th anniversary of Armenian composers Alexander Harutyunyan, Ghazaros Saryan, Arno Babajanyan, Adam Khudoyan and Edvard Mirzoyan.
These outstanding five composers had friendly relationship with Tigran Hekekyan and his students. These composers wrote a lot of compositions special for the Little Singers of Armenia choir.
Salute to the Soldier01 Feb 2020
All the members of the Armenian Little Singers International Association and its member choirs support compatriots who maintain peace in our country on the border of villages and on the contact line of the Karabakh-Azerbaijani border.
The liberated lands in the present-day territory of Artsakh (Nagorno-Karabakh) have historically belonged to Armenians, never to any other nation, and cannot be the subject of bargaining. In any harassment, our nation will protect its ancestors' land, faith and culture.
Relevant international structures, instead of making two-way calls are obliged to condemn the Turkish and Azerbaijani authorities that support international terroristic groups not to launch armed attacks on Armenia and kill innocent people and children.
The Armenian Little Singers International Association express its deep condolences to the families of the heroes and innocent citizens wishing patience, endurance and valor to all mothers and relatives.
Rest to the martyrs and let their souls come to light.
The Armenian people are proud and always with you, brave soldiers.
Glory and honor to the defenders of the Motherland.