•    In Memoriam: Armen Babamian   

    Armen Babamian with his wife, Rita, and their extended family, on his 90th birthday

    BY CHARLES AND LUCINE KASBARIAN

    Armen Babamian was a heading defender of a nation’s low-pitched birthright in a Armenian Diaspora. He has bridged Armenian low-pitched etiquette from a past into a benefaction to indoctrinate large Armenian-American village choirs. In Ridgefield, New Jersey, he was instrumental in substantiating one of a many agreeable Armenian choirs in a United States — a organisation that consisted of generations of Armenian Americans, immature and aged — whom he lerned to perform a normal interpretation of a dear Armenian Divine Liturgy.

    Armen Babamian sang his initial solo during a age of twelve in a Holy Cross Armenian Church of Union City, NJ. He was featured as effort soloist in his youth and comparison years in high propagandize and subsequently complicated voice with Manley Price Boone during a Metropolitan Opera Studios. Following

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