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The Cafesjian Center for the Arts has Launched a New Educational Program for Families and Teenagers

April 10, 2017
On April 8 the Cafesjian Center for the Arts launched a new educational program, Musical Promenades, designed for families with children (7-11 years old) and for teenagers (12-16 years old). 

Musical Promenades aims at spreading classical music among wide public layers, evoking interest and love for classical music from early age, building strong and continuous relationship with families and teenagers. 

Musical Promenades educational program was developed by pianist and musicologist Marine Karoyan who took the audience on intimate, musical strolls twice a month on Saturdays at the Special Events Auditorium of the Cafesjian Center for the Arts. The meetings will be interactive: questions, answers from audience are highly desirable conditions of the program. 

The program is sponsored by Beeline Company in Armenia.
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