Vocalist Nataliya Ishkova, a prolific performer in the former Soviet Union, is releasing her first full-length album with guitarist Daniel Volovets, entitled "Echoes of Love." The CD is a collection of melancholy Russian romances, interspersed with solo guitar interludes. Nataliya will perform publicly for the first time in over 25 years at the Museum of Russian Art on July 31st, 2016, joined by Daniel and Adrian Volovets for an evening of Russian and Ukrainian music.
"Echoes of Love" is a project several years in the making, featuring original arrangements of Soviet-era romances. Click below for a preview of a few selections from the CD.
Brothers Daniel (guitar) and Adrian Volovets (flute, tenor/soprano saxophone, violin, cello, piano, harpsichord, pipe organ) are a duo whose telepathic musical communication and varied repertoire have brought them critical acclaim. Their music is a combination of flamenco, Brazilian, jazz, and classical genres, including inventive arrangements of old favorites and original compositions. Their latest album is "Wistful Tendrils."
Conceptualized as a soundtrack for an unwritten fairy tale, "Wistful Tendrils" brings together compositions in a neo-Renaissance style and arrangements of music from all over the world. Click below for a preview of the CD.