Have you heard pianist/composer Tigran Hamasyan’s breathtaking album “The Call Within”? It’s an epic journey into the invisible inner world of the artist

Composed and produced by Tigran Hamasyan, his new album The Call Within is an epic journey into the invisible inner world of the artist who despite having a physical body is living in a dreamlike inner world which is as realistic as the physical one. The artist lives in the world where the moment of the unconscious creation is the way to feel conscious.

As the artist states, “Unutterable seconds of longing, subliminal realization, and mostly joy fill the body as a work of art, a poem, or a melody is being born into this world for no apparent reason, but only for the humanity to discover what is invisible: the divine mystery.”

The Call Within also explores Tigran’s inspiration for maps from different time periods in history. He explores poetry, Christian and pre-Christian Armenian folk stories and legends, as well as astrology, geometry, ancient Armenian design, rock carvings, and cinematography. The album blends the lines between historic reality and the imaginary world.

Comprising ten original compositions featuring Evan Marien on electric bass and Arthur Hnatek on drums, The Call Within is the most energetic and high-intensity recording of Tigran’s career. The album also features special guest artist Tosin Abasi on the furious prog-metal track, “Vortix,” and it spotlights vocalist Areni Agbabian and cellist Artyom Manukyan on “Our Film.” ~Tigranhamasyan

Are you bold and adventurous enough? If so, then listened to the stunning musical journey “THE CALL WITHIN” by visionary, pianist, and composer Tigran Hamasyan below.

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