Preview : Tigran Hamasyan @ Kings Place (London, 6th April 2017)

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An intricate blend of traditional Armenian folk melodies and tender jazz piano compositions is what you can expect from the renowned artist Tigran Hamasyan. He will be performing for your pleasure on the 6th of April at King’s Place, as part of his solo tour through Europe, presenting songs from his new album An Ancient Observer (released by Nonesuch Records on the 31st March).

As always you can expect the finest craftsmanship behind his compositions, with an added synth twist on a couple of tracks. The depth this man can achieve through his mesmerising performances is staggering. You are clearly able to witness the raw emotion pouring through his body as he flows effortlessly from one emotive chord to another, while his retrospective melodies pay homage to his roots and origins.

This is going to be a truly unmissable performance and even if you are not in the area you are still able to purchase ‘An Ancient Observer’ from today. I hope to see you there!

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