This New Music Friday, Navona Records presents a wide array of classical expressions. From unique approaches to the piano to rare ensemble arrangements, these works explore the many facets of the human experience.
Dive in and discover new music from: Marta Brankovich, ARK Trio, Craig Madden Morris, Kariné Poghosyan, Jeffrey Hall, Stephen Beck, and Elizabeth Starr Masoudnia.
MARTA, THE TEMPEST
Leveraging her passion and irreplicable touch on the piano, Marta Brankovich conjures an unforgettable storm on MARTA, THE TEMPEST. Weaving themes of adversity, opposing forces, and oneness with a profoundly emotive approach, the black swan of piano delivers a powerful program in this Navona Records release.
Armenian pianist Kariné Poghosyan dazzles with a riveting selection of piano music based on folk motifs of five different cultures on FOLK THEMES. Poghosyan conveys an inherent tenderness, fire, and zest for life throughout, both in the profundity of fragile sentiment and in fireworks of exuberant virtuosity.
ENGLISH HORN EXPRESSIONS
Elizabeth Starr Masoudnia
Deeply expressive and melodic, the English horn boasts a unique texture in the woodwind family. On Elizabeth Masoudnia’s aptly titled ENGLISH HORN EXPRESSIONS, the instrument has found itself in the spotlight, guided by Masoudnia’s soothing tone, and lending a distinguished voice to the works of several composers.
A Charleston Concerto – III. Tomorrow
Performed by the Charleston Symphony, A Charleston Concerto – III. Tomorrow is the first single from UNDER AN INDIGO SKY. Look for the full album from Navona Records on March 3.
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