PARIS — In commemoration of the Armenian and Assyrian Genocide and the Holocaust, a concert entitled ‘You, my brother’ will take place October 12 in the famous Folies Bergère music hall in Paris under the honorary patronage of Charles Aznavour and with the support of Eastern Christians, Nouvelles d’Arménie reports.

The event, first of its kind in uniting Jews and Armenians, aims to promote peace and commemoration. Political figures and show business representatives are expected to attend the event.
News related to the concert will be regularly issued by France’s Shalom and Ayp FM radio stations.

The concert will be conducted by music commentator Frédéric Zeitoun from France 2 to feature such famous musicians as Michel Legrand and his son, Michel Boujenah, Michel Fugain and Pluribus, Enrico Macias, André Manoukian, Gilbert Montagné, Popeck and others.

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