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Time Magazine "Ideas" - Serj Tankian Discusses The Armenian Genocide

TIME Ideas hosts the world's leading voices, providing commentary and expertise on the most compelling events in news, society, and culture.

Read Serj's thoughts on the centennial of the Armenian Genocide for Time Magazine HERE

American University of Armenia Discussion With Serj Tankian

YEREVAN, Armenia – On April 22, 2015, the American University of Armenia (AUA) hosted Serj Tankian, musician, poet, activist, and lead singer of the rock band System of a Down, for an open dialogue with AUA faculty member Hilda Grigorian.

Check Out The Full Article And Video HERE

"100 Years" Video

Video for the composition "100 Years" co-composed by Serj Tankian and John Psathas. The video is a somber commemoration to honor the Armenian, Greek and Assyrian victims of the first genocide of the 20th century.

Check It Out Here

Please note that the video does contain some graphic and sensitive archival images.

Featuring:
Vardan Grigoryan - Duduk
Sofia Labropoulou - Kanun
Vagelis Karypis - Daouli
Petros Kourtis - Daouli
Andreas Pappas - Daouli
Serj Tankian - Vocals
Jeffrey Mallow - Guitar
John Psathas - Piano

Eye For Sound Interview With New Zealand Herald

Check out this interview that Serj did with the NZ Herald about the Eye For Sound Exhibit at Silo 6.

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/gossip/news/article.cfm?c_id=1501135&objectid=...

A sleepy town north of Auckland doesn't fit the typical rock 'n' roll lifestyle but Serj Tankian has always defied convention.

The frontman of System of a Down now calls New Zealand home, and lives on a rural property about an hour's drive north of the City of Sails.

His love affair with Aotearoa began 13 years ago after his Grammy Award-winning band performed at the Big Day Out.

Statement From Serj Regarding Kessab, Syria

Dear Friends,

Please join me in asking our members of congress to demand that the Senate and House intelligence committees investigate Turkey's role in the Al Qaeda linked attacks on the city of Kessab in Syria, where more than 2000 Armenians were driven from their homes. These people were all survivors of the Armenian Genocide who had settled there after the First World War.

Thank you for your time and take action HERE

Sincerely,
Serj