YEREVAN – Renowned singer, artist Charles Aznavour arrived in Armenia on Thursday, April 21 to take part in the events commemorating the 101st anniversary of the Armenian Genocide in the Ottoman Turkey. Aznavour will also attend the Aurora Prize Ceremony.
Today 91-year-old singer after attending the private screening of “Celui qu`on attendait” film directed by winner of Cannes Festival prize Serge Avedikian, visited Charles Aznavour Museum, opened in 2011 (the exhibition includes Aznavour's discs, albums, books, music awards, posters and photographs). Before that, Aznavour walked in the square named after him.
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