Sat, Mar 3, 6:30 pm: ANC – HYE TAD EVENING 2018

HYE TAD EVENING 2018

Keynote Speaker:
Kasbar Garabedian, President 
European Armenian Federation for Justice and Democracy

Local Hero Award
AYF Youth Corps

SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 2018
6:30 pm- Cocktails
7:30 pm- Dinner & Program

$150 per person, $75 Students

R.S.V.P. by February 25th
Itsmyseat.com/ANCASFbanquet
(415) 387-3433
info@ancasf.org

 

The European Armenian Federation for Justice and Democracy, EAFJD, is a grassroots organization,
representing the European citizens of Armenian origin. It is the main interlocutor promoting the Armenian issues in the European Union and international organizations, such as the Council of Europe and the OSCE. The European Armenian Federation is the umbrella organization of the committees for the defense of the Armenian Cause in Europe, also called Armenian National Committees (ANCs), currently fourteen: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Greece, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Sweden, United Kingdom and Spain.

Kasbar Garabedian is president of the European Armenian Federation for Justice and Democracy. Born in Athens, Greece, where he received his primary education, Mr. Garabedian received his secondary education from the Nishan Palandjian “Jemaran” in Beirut, Lebanon, and his higher education from
the Open University of Patras, Greece, in the field of European Culture and History. Mr. Garabedian has been an active member of many Armenian organizations, including the ANC of Greece, for which he served as president, Hamazkayin Armenian Educational and Cultural Society, Homenetmen Armenian General Athletic Union and Scouts, the Armenian Youth Federation, and the Armenian Revolutionary Federation. He has served on the board of the EAFJD since 2003 and as its president since 2012.

Sat March 10 5pm: Bridging Our Worlds – AIWA-SF Gala Celebration

WHEN
Saturday, March 10, 2018 from 05:00 pm to 11:30 pm
WHERE

Four Seasons at 2050 University Avenue, East Palo Alto, California, 94303, United States

BRIDGING OUR WORLDS – An Extraordinary Evening as AIWA-SF celebrates 5 years of achievement on March 10, 2018. Join us at the Four Seasons, Palo Alto for an evening of dancing, inspiration, celebration.

Silent Auction | Incredible Event Program | Fundraising

https://aiwa-sf-2018-black-tie-gala.eventbrite.com

www.aiwasanfrancisco.com

COST
250.00

Buy Tickets

CONTACT
AIWA-SF | Armenian International Women’s Association SF/Bay Area Affiliate
408-444-7481

 

Sat, March 10: Kev Orkian in Concert – The Guilty Tour

Kev Orkian in Concert – The Guilty Tour

Presented by Armenian Healthcare Association of the Bay Area

Saturday, March 10 at 7 pm

Kev Orkian, a British comic pianist of Armenian descent, brings his brand-new show, “The Guilty Tour” – a juxtaposition of sidesplitting standup comedy and masterful piano playing – to the intimate setting of SecondStage. Get up close and personal with this world class comedic genius at the kick-off of his North America Tour. This performance is 90 minutes long and is performed without an intermission. It is intended for patrons 12 and above due to mature language.
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SecondStage | $125 cabaret seating, $60 general admission
Ticket price includes $3 Facility Use Fee
Other fees, depending on method of purchase, may apply
Lap passes are available for this performance for our patrons 12 months and younger

Saturday, April 14: Armenian State Chamber Choir

Armenian State Chamber Choir
Saturday, April 14, 2018 8:00 PM PST

 Purchase tickets here.
Thirty-five voices strong, the Armenian State Chamber Choir sings repertoire from the choral canon by Gabrielli, Bach, Brahms, and Schnittke, as well as contemporary works by Armenian composers that address the turbulent and often tragic history of the Armenian people.

The choir has recorded folk songs by the martyred priest and ethnomusicologist Komitas; and its recording on ECM of Tigran Mansurian’s Ars Poetica was praised for its superb ensemble cohesion and blend: “gorgeous, emotive, and very deeply felt a cappella choral music…fully the product of inspiration” (All Music Guide).