Almazian’s Obsession launches soundtrack recording for Emir Kusturica and Johnny Depp’s new movie

Almazian’s Obsession launches soundtrack recording for Emir Kusturica and Johnny Depp’s new movie

PanARMENIAN.Net - Almazian’s Obsession music band, guided by violinist Khachatur Almazian and cellist Tamara Savic launched the soundtrack recording for Cold Water, new movie by Emir Kusturica and Johnny Depp.

This has not been the first experience of the band’s collaboration with the renowned director.

In 2008, the band was personally selected by Kusturica to open his first Kustendorf Film and Music Festival in 2008

In March 2010, Kusturica & The No Smoking Orchestra performed in Yerevan, on the invitation of Khachatur Almazian, assisted by the Ministry of Culture.

A road-movie in Palestinian territory, called Cold Water is the story of Palestinian from Berlin, back to Middle East for the funerals of hs father and the wedding of her brother. The few kilometers between Gaza and Ramallah will become for him the journey of his life.

Almazian’s Obsession was born at the end of 2007 with the premise of changing the approach towards classical music with a mission to fuse brilliant virtuosity with feminine beauty. This unique ensemble, established by violinist Khachatur Almazian, cellist Tamara Savic and 20 attractive ladies with exceptional musical talent, was labeled by the media as the "New Classic for the New Millennium". Their repertoire, in classical crossover style, combines classical pieces in new arrangements, compositions written and dedicated exclusively to them, as well as some popular tunes.

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