•  John Corigliano: "Gity Razaz is a unique composer. Her Middle-Eastern roots have merged with her Western sensibilities to produce music that is both original and startling. She is on her way to becoming a major force in contemporary music."
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  •  New York Times: "The Metamorphosis of Narcissus,” by Gity Razaz, an Iranian composer, was a world apart: a narcotic mix of dreamy French horn and clarinet calls, limpid Impressionist timbres and electronically induced expanse. Ms. Razaz’s music was ravishing and engulfing throughout ..."
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  •  Fanfare Magazine: "...the most successful of this group is Gity Razaz’s "Light", in which improvisatory treble figuration is supported by an undulating rotation of minor-ninth harmonies in atmospherically ear-catching passages."
  • National Sawdust

    National Sawdust
    As part of my residency at National Sawdust's inaugural season, my music is featured on two upcoming concerts in February 2016. check out the link for details on music, performers and tickets!

    NY Virtuoso Singers

    NY Virtuoso Singers
    Excited for the world premiere of my very first choral piece "Lux Aeterna", commissioned by The New York Virtuoso Singers! November 29th @ National Sawdust!

    Legend of Sigh

    Legend of Sigh
    Concerto for solo cello and electronics commissioned by cellist Inbal Segev. Listen to the world premiere recording on Q2 Music

    Trout Remix

    Trout Remix
    A short and fun piece I wrote for the Colonials Ensemble. Listen to my "Trout Remix" on their website!

    SONiC Festival

    SONiC Festival
    Thrilled to be a part of ACO's SONic Festival this fall. October 15-23, 2015 New York City

    Shadow Lines

    Shadow Lines
    Shadow Lines is my first piece for solo cello and electronics. It was commissioned by Jeff Zeigler for his debut solo album "Something of Life".

    Wave Ring

    Wave Ring
    "Wave Ring" is a half-hour ballet collaboration with choreographer Robert Binet. The work is commissioned by Canada's National Ballet school.

    Ferus Festival

    Ferus Festival
    A Composer Portrait: Featuring world premiere of a solo cello and electronics piece composed for Jeffrey Zeigler, as well as "The Call Across the Valley of Not-Knowing", a dramatic song cycle. Wednesday, May 14th, 8:00pm @ The Stone.