Online Armenian Resources

Pilgrimages to Historic Armenia & Cilicia

http://www.armenianpilgrimages.com/

A travelogue website of annual tours organized by Armen Aroyan to historic Armenian cities and provinces that are now in Turkey. Includes photos, testimonials and links to other related sites.

Virtual Ani

http://virtualani.org/

A website dedicated entirely to the historic city of Ani, now in Turkey. Includes photos, history, architectural plans, travelers' accounts, bibliography, maps and much more.

Dilijan Concert Series

http://dilijan.larkmusicalsociety.com

LARK Musical Society

http://www.larkmusicalsociety.com

Armenian Dramatic Arts Alliance

http://armeniandrama.org/

Site of the nonprofit organization whose mission is to project the Armenian voice on the world stage through the dramatic arts of theatre and film.

Molorak Arts

http://www.molorakarts.com/

Their mission is to explore and expose aural and visual arts to Armenian children of all ages with products that seek to develop and strengthen creative skills, develop a sense of individuality, encourage self-expression, foster and stimulate imagination in children.

Lark Musical Society

http://larkmusicalsociety.com/

Armenian Research Center at Michigan University

http://www.umd.umich.edu/dept/armenian/

Research material, bibliography and fact sheets on Armenia, Karabagh and the Armenian Genocide. Also includes excerpts from Armenian literarary works, links to learning Armenian and other resources.

Armenian Tree Project

http://www.armeniatree.org

A Diaspora-supported non-profit organization based in Watertown and Yerevan, the project conducts vitally important environmental projects in Armenia’s impoverished and deforested zones and seeks support in advancing its reforestation mission. Since 1994, ATP has made enormous strides in combating desertification in the biologically diverse but threatened Caucasus region. Over 1,500,000 trees have been planted and restored, and hundreds of jobs have been created for Armenians in seasonal tree-regeneration programs.

The Zoryan Institute

http://www.zoryaninstitute.org/

The Zoryan Institute for Contemporary Armenian Research and Documentation in Cambridge, Massachusetts, is an international academic and scholarly center devoted to the documentation, study and dissemination of material related to the life of the Armenian people in the recent past and the present, and within the context of larger world affairs.

Armenian Poetry Project

http://armenian-poetry.blogspot.com

This project provides audio and text RSS feeds of poems written by Armenians, as well as contemporary authors on Armenian subject matters. The authors are from late 19th century to the present. Some are very famous, others are unknown, still others are budding writers. Their language of expression may be Armenian, English or French, with translations provided whenever possible.

Armenian Calendar

http://www.armeniancalendar.com/

A central aggregate website listing all upcoming Armenian events in Armenia and throughout the Diaspora, searchable by country and event type.

Armenia Now Online Weekly

http://www.armenianow.com/

A sleek, independent weekly journal that covers all aspects of today’s Armenia — political, economical, the arts, entertainment, ecological... Provides walking tours of Yerevan and a downloadable .pdf file of the issue.

Armeniapedia

http://www.armeniapedia.org/

The online wikipedia-encyclopedia about everything related to Armenia and Armenians.

Zulal

http://www.zulal.org/

The site of the Armenian folk a cappella trio, featuring archived recording of its performances as well as streaming radio feed.

Kotchnak Armenian Music Ensemble

http://kotchnak.online.fr/

The official website of Paris-based Kotchnak, a band of musicians that performs traditional Armenian folk songs as well as songs by ashoughs (troubadours). Kotchnak specializes in the modal and monophonic interpretation of Armenian music.

The Ensemble Akn

http://www.akn-chant.org/

The site of the Ensemble Akn that works to revive and develop the traditional interpretation of Armenian liturgical chant, as well as that of its Centre for Armenian Liturgical Chant Studies in Paris.