Naama Liany drops debut album with a release show at the Philharmonie

Naama Liany’s debut album “Daydream” (Origin Classical) is steps away, starting with a most festive beginning CD release concert at the Philharmonie Luxembourg with the City of Luxembourg on January 13th.

The album has already been endorsed by the Ministry of Culture, Kultur LX,

Fondation Indépendance BIL, and the Philharmonie Luxembourg.

Naama Liany is glad to share with you here below two supportive articles from CITY Magazine and the Delano.

Naama Liany’s recent concert in Görlitz (Germany) was very moving, the unique turbulent history of the place took Naama Liany’s breath away. Among other musical pieces Naama Liany sang the Kaddisch by Ravel that took a whole different meaning in such a place.

Naama Liany can’t wait to share with you more, the following release concerts will be held in Paris (Mar) and Tel Aviv (Apr), and later on in different capitals in Europe and the USA, Naama Liany promise to update you.

For French-Israeli Mezzo-Soprano Naama Liany, every song is an opportunity for connection. Hailed as “One of today’s most promising singers” by Dutch media site,
Liany’s life story bridges continents, leading from her native Israel to New York City to Paris to her current home in Luxembourg. Her acclaimed programs of 20th century repertoire span styles and decades, finding common ground between Milhaud and Gershwin, Mompou and Bernstein.
Most importantly, her performances and “heavenly voice” (CITY Magazine, Luxembourg) vividly communicate the emotional heart of the music with audiences across the world. Liany’s new album, Daydream (Origin Records) is a stunning example, bringing together works on the subject of dreams by Samuel Barber, Leonard Bernstein, Federico Mompou and Albena Petrovic. The album was developed with the support of the prestigious Philharmonie Luxembourg and recorded at their magnificent facilities with the help of an award from the country’s Ministry of Culture, Kultur LX and the Fondation Indépendance by BIL.

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