More Great Reviews Continue To Roll In For PaTRAM’s “Blessed Art Thou among Women”
Little by little PaTRAM Institute™ continues to garner extremely positive reviews from both critics and consumers alike, for its latest CD release, “Blessed Art Thou among Women.”
The prestigious global online classical music magazine, MusicWeb International, posted a review of the CD, by Marc Rochester, in its latest edition. Mr. Rochester was extremely pleased by the sound and performance opining:
“Frankly, this recording would be worth buying for this magical example of true profundo singing on its own, but, in their own way, every single track (including the opening burst of carillon bells from the St Alexander Nevsky Diocesan Cathedral’s bell-ringer, Peter Lukianov) is worth hearing.”
The “profundo” Mr. Rochester was referring to was PaTRAM’s very own Chairman, Alexis Lukianov, who can now count himself in the same league of rare vocalists called “Oktavists”. PaTRAM is very proud of our Chairman. Likewise, Mr. Lukianov’s nephew, Peter, was also mentioned for his uncommon, bell-ringing talents.
This past week the CD reached the NUMBER 1 spot, yet again, on Amazon’s Hot New Releases in the Opera & Vocal category.
Speaking of Amazon, a consumer of the CD, named Arvo, left a wonderful, and detailed, review of his overwhelming delight with the CD and its inside jacket. Seems Arvo was very taken by the beauty of the music and the back-story of its history and making.
So, the accolades continue for “Blessed Art Thou among Women” and we thank all those who have helped to make this happen.
More to come….