by KoriSoron

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Brian Flaherty This album has everything I'm looking for in an instrumental project. Technical excellence, Good feel (emotion), but never overdone. Also, I appreciate how the pieces "move" -- great transitions within the songs, and together as a whole, the tracks fit together very nicely. Favorite track: seventy five.
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For our second EP - we wanted to really up the ante so we decided to put our nose to the grindstone and put some of the most difficult material we play on this 5-song EP.

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The group’s name, “KoriSoron”, is a play on two music terms found in Persian music. Combining “Sori” ( the term for a pitch that is a 1/4 step above a given pitch) and “Koron” (indicating a pitch that is a 1/4 step below a pitch) creates an unaltered note or an equilibrium. KoriSoron‘s performances are noted for creating musical equilibriums: between near Eastern and Western music, between improvised and composed music and between passion and intense instrumental technique.

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released February 10, 2017

Scott Collins - Acoustic Guitar, Ebow, Loops
Farzad Golpayegani - Acoustic guitar, Electric Violin
Dean Mirabito - Percussion

Recorded, mixed and Mastered by John Chiara at Albany Audio Associates

Artwork, logo and design by Farzad Golpayegani



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KoriSoron Schenectady, New York

KoriSoron is an instrumental acoustic trio that combines rock and progressive influences with musical traditions from across the globe.

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