"From Barekendan to Glorious Resurrection" literary and musical event dedicated to Easter at Armenian Diocese in Georgia

On April 30, 2024, a literary and musical event was held in the "Hayartun" Center of the Armenian Diocese in Georgia under the title "From Barekendan to Glorious Resurrection". The Center's song, dance, instrumental groups, and "Movses od Khoren" (Movses Khorenatsi) preschool participated in the event.

Reflecting on all the Sundays in the period from the Barekendan (Eve of Great Lent) to the Feast of the Glorious Resurrection according to the rules of the Armenian Apostolic Holy Church, the Center's artistic groups presented those days and their meanings, harmonizing with appropriate songs and music, small performances and folk traditions.

The hall became a real stage, where the little actors sang, danced, and performed different roles, receiving warm applause from the audience.

Eugenia Markosyan, head of "Hayartun" Center, highlighted one of the activity directions of centers of the Armenian Diocese in Georgia - the education and upbringing in the spirit of passing on the national culture, and traditions to the generations, fostering adherence to church rules, and mentioned that it is also the purpose of the "From Barekendan to Glorious Resurrection" literary and artistic event dedicated to Holy Easter.

The latter expressed her gratitude to the artistic group conductors Aida Bazoyan-Surmalyan, Suren Abramyan, Vano Mkrtchyan, preschool teachers Tatevik Sahakyan, Nane Oganesyan, nanny Yerinaz Baghdasaryan and all the parents who supported the event with great dedication and responsibility.

Rev. Father Hovsep Harutyunyan, conveying the paternal blessing and good wishes of the Primate of the Armenian Diocese in Georgia, His Grace Bishop Kirakos Davtyan, added that the activities of the Center hold significant value and are deserving of praise, particularly when they harmonize with the speeches, songs, and dances of preschool little students. They demonstrate the indispensable role that interaction with the mother tongue plays in shaping future generations, receiving an Armenian upbringing, and growing up as followers of the Armenian Church.

The meaningful and beautiful festive event ended with an egg-tapping game and a demonstration of traditional Armenian Easter dishes.

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