The worldwide ambassadors of Armenian music begin their remembrance with colorful, riveting ballet music by one of Armenia’s greatest composers. A darker tone colors Tigran Mansurian’s plaintive Concerto for violin and strings, featuring a gifted young virtuoso. The evening reaches a musical and emotional peak with Shostakovich’s intense and most performed Symphony.
The Armenian National Philharmonic Orchestra (ANPO) is an orchestra based in Yerevan, Armenia. It has always been considered as one of the leading orchestras of the former Soviet Union.
Young Armenian violinist Anush Nikoghosyan was born in Yerevan. Anush studied with Distinguished Teacher of Armenia Petros Haykazian. Currently she studies at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater München (class of Prof. Christoph Poppen), with parallel classes in Yerevan with Eduard Topchjan. Since 2014 Anush is studying master-classes with a famous violinist Professor Julia Fischer.
The outstanding Armenian conductor Eduard Topchjan studied violin at the Yerevan Conservatory and went on to study conducting with the prominent Armenian conductor Ohan Durian, followed by valuable consultations from Sir George Solti, Claudio Abbado and Nello Santi.
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The Jones Family Singers, consisting in part of five sisters, two brothers and their father, have been tearing up churches and festivals alike for over two decades. But they’ve never before made a studio album that displays the depth of their pure musical gifts quite like The Spirit Speaks, recorded to analog tape at Jim Eno’s Public Hi-Fi studio in Austin, TX and released on April 1st, 2014 via Arts+Labor.
The creative young voices of Jazz have been the lifeblood of Blue Note Records throughout its storied 75 year history, from Thelonious Monk and Herbie Hancock to Freddie Hubbard and Joe Henderson, all of whom made their debut albums for the legendary label. Our Point of View is a supergroup that celebrates the vitality of Blue Note in honor of our 75th anniversary by looking ahead and assembling the leading young artists on the Blue Note roster who steadfastly continue to move Jazz forward.
“I’ve always believed that in life, what you keep in your mind is what you draw to yourself.” That’s how trumpeter/composer Terence Blanchard explains the title of his 20th album, Magnetic, which finds a stunning variety of sounds and styles pulled together by the irresistible force of Blanchard’s vision. That credo stems directly from Blanchard’s personal faith; raised in the Christian church, he has turned in recent years to Buddhism after meditating with Herbie Hancock while on the road with the legendary pianist.