Requiem Mass to be Held in Geneva’s St. Jacob Church to Commemorate Armenian Genocide Victims
A requiem mass will be held in the St. Jacob Church in the Swiss city of Geneva on April 24 aimed at commemorating the Armenian Genocide victims, Swiss-based music producer Ani Gasparyan told Armenpress.
“A requiem mass will be held which will followed by a small concert inside the church led by duduk player Levon Minasyan and violinist Shushan Siranosyan”, Gasparyan said.
The Armenian Genocide commemoration event has been organized by the Armenian-Swiss Union and the Armenian Apostolic Church.
April 24 marks the 106th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide.
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