Setarist, singer and director Kiya Tabassian (centre) and (left) fellow Constantinople Ensemble musicians – Tanya LaPerrière (baroque violin), Patrick Graham (percussion) and Didem Başar (zither) – and (right) the A Filetta Corsican choir – Jean-Claude Acquaviva, François Aragni, Jean-Do Bianco, Petr’Antò Casta, Paul Giansily and Maxime Vuillamier – performed at the front of the Grand Théâtre stage with their backs to the concert hall where the audience would normally be seated. The audience was onstage with the musicians. (Photo by Shirley Nadeau)

A fascinating Clair-Obscur performance at the Grand Théâtre

A fascinating Clair-Obscur performance at the Grand Théâtre Shirley Nadeau shirley@qctonline.com As part of its 20th anniversary celebrations, Montreal’s Constantinople Ensemble, led by artistic director, singer and setarist Kiya Tabassian,…

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