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Arthur Satyan

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Born in Yerevan, Armenia, in the family of leading Armenian composers... More than 20 years of music education in 2 leading conservatories of former USSR - Moscow (Russia) & Yerevan (Armenia) Professor of Piano, Founder and currently the Dean of Jazz Department at the Lebanese National Higher Conservatory of Music Worked and Performed with: Larry Coryell, Charles Davis, Matana Roberts, Ed Cherry, Ray Vega, Murali Coryell, Joe Lee Wilson, Melissa Walker, Phillip Manuel, Deborah Davis, Tex Allen, Ryo Kawasaki, Salim Washington and many others... Current Projects: Arthur Satyan Acoustic Ensemble Arthur Satyan Organ Quartet Arthur Satyan ARTology Band

Album

Playing Around

Label: Arthur Satyan Music
Released: 2020
Track listing: Playing Around; Bop 'N' Roll; Movin' Out; Dream on the Rocks; Art's Minor Blues; Little Girl Liana; Round About 'F'; Talk Song; Theme for Two.

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Article: Album Review

Arthur Satyan: Playing Around

Read "Playing Around" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian


Pianist Arthur Satyan has been a stalwart of the Lebanese jazz scene after moving from Armenia in 1996. In addition to heading the jazz department at the national music conservatoire, Satyan is a sought after performer whose reputation goes beyond both his native land and his adopted home. Among his international accolades is his second place ...

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Article: Album Review

Donna Khalife: Hope is the Thing with Feathers

Read "Hope is the Thing with Feathers" reviewed by Ian Patterson


Two-and-a-half years after her powerful debut, Heavy Dance (Self- Produced, 2017), Lebanese double bassist and singer Donna Khalifé returns with another sparkling statement. It is not an especially long time between releases, but there are significant differences between the two recordings. Heavy Dance, with guitar and saxophone to the fore, was a frequently stormy affair of ...

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Article: Interview

Donna Khalifé: On The Silent Wings Of Hope

Read "Donna Khalifé: On The Silent Wings Of Hope" reviewed by Ian Patterson


Ask any jazz musician in Beirut who stands out on the scene, who is doing something adventurous, something different, and the first name that comes to everyone's lips is Donna Khalifé. Classically trained in Beirut and Paris, double bassist/singer Khalifé turned her back on that world to dedicate herself completely to jazz and improvisation. ...

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Article: Rethinking Jazz Cultures

Lebanon: Jazz And The Revolution

Read "Lebanon: Jazz And The Revolution" reviewed by Ian Patterson


When people's anger and frustration spill onto Beirut's streets, music is one of the first things to suffer. Every few years, it seems, roads are blocked, and crowds swell the downtown area--angry at Syrian intervention or political assassination, enraged by Israeli attack, sick to the teeth of inadequate garbage collection. There's always something to ...

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Article: Catching Up With

Arthur Satyan: A life Steeped in Music

Read "Arthur Satyan:  A life Steeped in Music" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian


Pianist, composer and educator Arthur Satyan came to Lebanon from his native Armenia in 1996 with a 3-month contract for the reopening of the area's premier performance space Casino Du Liban. Accompanying Satyan were American musicians drummer Steve Phillips, bassist Jack Gregg and guitarist Eric Schultz. Satyan ended up accepting a position at the Lebanese National ...

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My New Tune

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Label: Musicma / Arthur Satyan Music
Released: 2013
Duration: 6:50

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Voco a Poco

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Label: Musicma / Arthur Satyan Music
Released: 2013
Duration: 7:29

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ARTology

Label: Musicma / Arthur Satyan Music
Released: 2013


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