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Rumi Songs - Transformed by Eden MacAdam-Somer

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Album Title: My First Love Story
Label: A-side Records
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Fiona's Comments

Make some room for sweet love drunk Rumi. Esoteric planes of improvisation to make Nigel Kennedy go nuts.

About the Album

"My First Love Story" introduces the solo work of one of New England Conservatory’s newest faculty members and one of the most dynamic young artists performing today: composer, performer, and improviser Eden MacAdam-Somer. Recorded live in NEC’s Jordan Hall, this album is an incredible blend of contemporary and traditional art, moving fluidly between Appalachian folk song, improvised music and cutting edge classical performance. "Rumi Songs: Transformed” is a track from MacAdam-Somer's new CD, which features MacAdam-Somer on voice, violin, viola, and percussive dance. Out June 23 on A-Side Records.


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June 24, 2015

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