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«East is East» of Infusion Baroque reviewed by The Whole Note!


The most recent album of Infusion Baroque, East is East, was reviewed by The Whole Note!


The album, which explores early music without boundaries, is a reflection of the multicultural world we live in. Featuring musicians from Persian, Indian, and Western Classical traditions, the project highlights both the differences and commonalities of these diverse musical languages.


See below an excerpt of the great review from The Whole Note:


[...] Refusing to let this inspirational music fade away thereafter, the performers soar loftily with music that interprets Indian ragas such as Sandhya Raga and Gurjari Todi, in performances led by the luminous-voiced soprano Vidita Kanniks. Santoor master, Amir Amiri also contributed several celestial compositions: Saghi Nameh, Cortege, Raghse Choobi and Aghrab are truly outstanding.  Infusion Baroque anchored by Alexa Raine-Wright, Sallynee Amawat and Andrea Stewart and guests – Thibault Bertin-Maghit, Hamin Honari, Hank Knox and Shawn Mativetsky – are masterful throughout.


You can learn more on the project and the creative process in the video below:




Click here to see the original article.


Click here to listen to East is East


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