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Perspectives Ensemble
Perspectives Ensemble gratefully acknowledges support from the following:







Japan Foundation New York











Congratulations to Perspectives Ensemble for the recent release of the FALLA: El amor brujo and El retablo de Maese Pedro CD on the Naxos label!
“first-rate performances by accomplished musicians”

“these works were given exquisite performances”

“stunning ... remarkably polished, fastidiously balanced and full of electricity.”

“a superb recital by the Perspectives Ensemble”

- The New York Times
Perspectives Ensemble was founded by its Artistic Director Sato Moughalian in 1993 as the resident ensemble for the series Perspectives in Music and Art at Columbia University. The ensemble has presented thematic concerts as well as programs on subjects that bridge the visual, musical, and literary arts, consistently receiving the highest critical accolades. Perspectives Ensemble collaborates with some of the most dynamic and visionary conductors today, including Angel Gil-Ordoñez, Paul Haas, Rob Kapilow, Roger Nierenberg, in concerts and recordings that feature the works of living composers and historic figures, shedding new light on their work through explorations of their music in the context of their time and place. Perspectives Ensemble has been presented in Carnegie Hall, the Guggenheim Museum, Miller Theatre, the 92nd Street Y, Lincoln Center, Columbia and New York Universities, the Ethical Culture Society, and has recorded for Sony Classics, Newport Classics and New World Records, among others. The group served as a resident ensemble for the Miller Theatre’s groundbreaking Pocket Concerto Project.

Perspectives Ensemble’s acclaimed performances reflect Artistic Director Sato Moughalian’s finely-detailed approach to the rehearsal process and the company’s commitment to creating circumstances under which both performers and staff can contribute to serving music at their highest levels of accomplishment.


The CD contains 20 traditional and composed Armenian pieces by Komitas, Sayat-Nova, Ara Dinkjian, Grigor Mirzaian Suni, and Berge Kanachyan, in arrangements by harpist Alyssa Reit. CD cover design and original art by Syrian-Armenian artist Kevork Mourad, featuring photos of ceramic work by David Ohannessian.

Multiple copies with shipment
MAYA Trio
MAYA Trio
Sato Moughalian
Sato Moughalian
 
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