Masha Mnjoyan, who is more known from her participation in the Voice of Australia, will have a concert in Sydney supporting Armenia and Artsakh.
In her recent Instagram post Masha says though she didn’t have mood for performances because of the war in Artsakh, but has decided that it would be better to serve her country with her abilities: “Recently I’ve been canceling my performances due to the tragedy currently happening in my country... I mourn for all my brothers and sisters who died during this war, and all those soldiers who did not spare their lives and fought heroically for the preservation of our lands and justice. Wanting to be more useful to my country I will be expressing my feelings and solidarity through my performances, traditional national songs and to have people gather in one place to communicate with them with the language of love and music, relaying to them the story of my origin and my beautiful country.
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I will be grateful to everyone who wants to be present, to support me, my country, which is living its most difficult times”, writes the singer adding, “Part of the proceeds from the concert will be donated to Armenia/Artsakh, as well as additional fundraising opportunities will be available (donation,shop)”. The concert will take place at Foundry616 on the 6th of November.
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