Mary Sekayan
Coordinator of Armenian Music Program

Mary Sekayan is the Coordinator of the Armenian Music Program. Mary studied History (B.A.) with an emphasis in Middle Eastern and Armenian Studies at UCLA. She has worked in various areas of higher education, including student services, academic support, and community outreach. Mary pursues her musical interests as a vocal performer of the Lernazang Ensemble, which aims to practice and promote Armenian azgagrakan (ethnographic) repertoires.

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