NOVRUZ UNDER THE SOVIET UNION
Modern people celebrating Novruz – by jumping over fires, cracking eggs, trying to gain the favour of the characters Kosa (beardless), the
IDEAS FOR MAKING BAKU ECOLOGICALLY SUSTAINABLE
After a brief hiatus Visions continues its series of interviews with talented young Azerbaijanis living around the world.
Making Yesterday’s Dream Today’s Reality
Visions’ Ayan Sadigova writes about her childhood dream to become a dancer and introduces readers to Azerbaijani national dances.
AZER PASHA NEMATOV
Chairman of the Theatre Worker’s Union of Azerbaijan, People’s Artist and professor at the University of Culture and Arts, Azer Pasha
The Novruz Tuesdays
Novruz is an ancient and much-loved holiday in Azerbaijan which ushers in the new astronomical year, the beginning of spring and the renewal of nature
Dreams are Coming True in Azerbaijan
The ancient land of Azerbaijan is steeped in history and folklore and discovering the country’s superstitions can be a lot of fun.
Azerbaijan’s Sweetest Festival
If the popular Swedish literary character Karlsson, who lives on a roof, had known that there was such a variety of jam in Azerbaijan
Will you be feeling hungry after a day at the Baku 2015 European Games? The capital boasts a varied selection of eateries and international menus
Gets to Grips with Mugham
Musician Jeffrey Werbock is an accomplished player of traditional Azerbaijani instruments, the tar, kamancha and oud. Based in the USA, he is
WHY I PLAY MUGHAM
When Canadian Colleen MacDonell took up the kamancha she bridged the gap between Western music and Azerbaijani mugham.