The legendary Charles Aznavour has been awarded the BraVo Award for his contribution to the world music culture, RIA Novosti reported.
“His art is alive, his music will be remembered forever and for a long time will illuminate more than one generatio,” said the host of the ceremony, Philipp Kirkorov adding that the gesture is an honor to the memory of the unique artist.
The golden statuette will be handed over to Aznavour’s family. The BraVo Awards is set to recognize the merits of artists in the fields of classical and pop music.
Charles Aznavour passed away aged 94 on October 1, 2018. France paid him a national tribute at Hôtel des Invalides, while the ceremony was chaired by French President Emmanuel Macron and Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan.
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