Feast of Ashes - Sato Moughalian 遠在耶路撒冷——我外祖父的陶瓷藝術人生
With the support of the Consulate General of the United States and the Jarvis and Constance Doctorow Family Foundation’s funding to Perspectives Ensemble
Armenian ceramicist David Ohannessian’s work transformed the face of Jerusalem. Using newly unearthed archival findings and family narratives, Ohannessian’s granddaughter Sato Moughalian, in conversation with cultural advisor Dr. Joanna Lee, will reveal his legacy in Feast of Ashes. Listen as Moughalian weaves together her personal quest and art history in a sweeping epic of migration, life and hope. To open the show, Moughalian will be playing the flute and partnering with local harpist Yang Tse to perform three short works by Gomidas Vartabed.
亞美尼亞陶瓷藝術家David Ohannessian的作品徹底改變了耶路撒冷的面貌。他的職業命運與亞美尼亞陶瓷藝術緊緊相連，一同從奧特曼帝國晚期的屈塔希亞遷徙至今日的陶藝聖地耶路撒冷。Ohannessian的外孫女、笛手兼作家Sato Moughalian通過研究新出土的文物及家族敘事中探尋她外祖父的蹤跡，並寫就《Feast of Ashes》。Moughalian將她的個人追求和藝術歷程編織成一部關於移民, 生活與希望的史詩。Moughalian將與本地音樂家Yang Tse合作, 以長笛和豎琴表演Gomidas Vartabed的三首短篇作品，以美妙的亞美尼亞音樂展開她的演講。本節目由文化顧問Dr. Joanna Lee主持。
Sato Moughalian (flutist)
Yang Tse (harpist)
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Sato Moughalian, flutist, artistic director, and writer, collaborates frequently with living composers.