By the Shepherd's Clock - 2023 "To embody a folk music tradition with rigor and joy while making it utterly contemporary is no small feat, and they've done it again with this album. " - Daniel Levy, New York City.
Seven Springs - 2016 The number seven, along with the number forty, was considered a “whole” number in ancient lore, long before becoming biblically significant. Spring—the vernal equinox—marked the Armenian new year until the 18th century. And one hundred springs ago was when Armenians were forced to leave their historic villages and enter into a new era of their history...
Notes to a Crane - 2007 “Notes to a Crane features songs that look back to a simpler time; village markets and lonely shepherds and birds migrating. There’s a bittersweet mood throughout much of the record but the arrangements are lovely and in their own subtle way, quite clever." -John Schaefer, Soundcheck, WNYC.
Zulal - 2004 "This is one of the most beautiful recordings of Armenian folk music I have ever heard. Passionate, playful, and deeply emotional, I found it haunting." -Atom Egoyan, Award-winning Director, International Filmmaker, Writer, Producer