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Eastern Currents
Ensemble 365

Franghiz Ali-Zadeh:
Three Watercolors for soprano flute and prepared piano (1987)

Ming-Hsiu Yen:
Kuang-Tsao for flute and piano (2012)

Bun-Ching Lam
Autumn Sound for soprano and flute (1982)

Ravi Shankar:
Sonata No. 1 for cello and harp (1998)

Toru Takemitsu:
From Far Beyond Chrysanthemums and November Fog for violin and piano (1983)

Ramin Heydarbeygi:
Aramesh for soprano, violin, cello and piano (2015)

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Toru Takemitsu: From Far Beyond Chrysanthemums
and November Fog for Violin and Piano


Envisioned as a journey through contemporary Asian music, Eastern Currents features chamber works written in the past forty years by composers from Azerbaijan, China, India, Iran, Japan and Taiwan.

Ensemble 365 was founded in 2012 at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. Its members, who met as doctoral students at their alma mater, perform regularly in concert halls and festivals in the US and abroad. Collectively they have, as individuals and as collaborators, commissioned, premiered and recorded over 150 new works by living composers.
The ensemble presents themed concerts, combining both new and standard chamber and solo repertoire.

Ensemble 365 Sara Paar - soprano
Mary Hubbell - soprano
Alice Jones - flute
Karen Rostron - violin
Marta Bedkowska-Reilly - cello
Mirna Lekić - piano