Aga Zaryan - Picking Up the Pieces
Artist: Aga Zaryan
Title Of Album: Picking Up the Pieces
Year Of Release: 2006
Genre: Jazz / Vocal Jazz
Bitrate: 320kbps / 44.1 kHz / Joint Stereo
Total Time: 44:46 min
Total Size: 102 MB
01. Day Dream
02. Throw It Away
03. Picking Up The Pieces
04. Woman's Work
05. Answer Me
06. The Man I Love
07. Here's to Life
08. It Might As Well Be Spring
09. Sophisticated Lady
11. Tender As a Rose
Aga Zaryan - graduated with honors from the Fryderyk Chopin Public School of Music on Bednarska St. in Warsaw (Poland), where she also completed the post-graduate Jazz Studies program under the tutelage of legendary Polish jazz vocalist Ewa Bem.
In 1998 she was awarded First Prize at the International Jazz Vocalists' Competition in Zamosc. As a two-time recipient of international study grants, Aga travelled to the United States to participate in the Stanford Jazz Workshop and Jazz Camp West programs, which gave her the opportunity to hone her talents under the direction of world-renowned vocalists like Rebecca Paris and Madeline Eastman, among others. In 1997 she performed at the Warsaw Fall Festival of Modern Music with an orchestra conducted by Jacek Kasprzyk, and appeared with a string quartet at the "Passage" Panorama of 20th Century Music festival the following year. In 2000, she returned to the United States, performing a jazz repertoire with pianist Michal Tokaj.
On November 27th, 2007 the premiere of "Picking Up the Pieces" took place вЂ“ an album recorded in Los Angeles with Larry Koonse (guitar), Munyungo Jackson (percussion), Nolan Shaheed (cornet) and Dariusz Oleszkiewicz (double-bass). The album was exceptionally well-received by the press as well as listeners, with sales exceeding 22 thousand copies, earning it Double Platinum Record status.
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