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Bedouine

Bedouine
Bedouine,a gallicized riff on bedouin,the nomad,the wanderer.Anyone can assume such a name,
but Azniv Korkejian has an experience of what it means,the type of 
ground it covers.“Moving around so much caused me at some point to 
feel displaced,to not really belong anywhere and I thought that was
a good title.”Her development was shaped by political landscapes and
 family opportunities, her adult life patterned by paths of her own.
 Born in Aleppo, Syria to Armenian parents,Korkejian spent her 
childhood in Saudi Arabia, moving to America when her family won 
a Green Card lottery.They settled in Boston, then Houston, but
sh split for L.A. as soon as she could.A casual offer to stay on 
a horse farm took her to the rolling hills of Lexington, Kentucky,
followed by a year in Austin, and a trip east to Savannah for a 
degree in sound design. Returning to L.A., she discovered a 
close-knit community of musicians in Echo Park that started to 
feel like home.Maybe America is just a highway thatl eads back to L.A
Bedouine,a gallicized riff on bedouin,the nomad,the wanderer.Anyone can assume such a name, but Azniv Korkejian has an experience of what it means,the type of  ground it covers.“Moving around so much caused me at some point to feel displaced,to not really belong anywhere and I thought that was a good title.”Her development was shaped by political landscapes and family opportunities, her adult life patterned by paths of her own. Born in Aleppo, Syria to Armenian parents,Korkejian spent her childhood in Saudi Arabia, moving to America when her family won a Green Card lottery. They settled in Boston, then Houston, but she split for L.A. as soon as she could. A casual offer to stay on a horse farm took her to the rolling hills of Lexington, Kentucky, followed by a year in Austin, and a trip east to Savannah for a degree in sound design. Returning to L.A., she discovered a close-knit community of musicians in Echo Park that started to feel like home. Maybe America is just a highway thatl eads back to L.A.