The album is called Troubadour & the Nightingale. Ravel, Sayat-Nova, Kradjian and it was recorded with the Manitoba Chamber Orchestra.

It is nominated this weekend for a Juno in the category of Classical Album of the Year: Vocal or Choral Performance and it is the first recording for MCO's record label.

Isabel stopped by the Classic 107 studio this afternoon with her husband, composer, arranger and pianist Serouj Kradjian. They spoke with host Bill Richardson.



Isabel and Serouj are performing Saturday afternoon (Mar 29) as part of the 2014 JUNO Awards Classical Music Showcase at the University of Winnipeg's Gramatté Hall.

The event will highlight classical artists/NOMINEES and works by nominated composers such as Land’s End Ensemble with Antiphony Choir, Isabel Bayrakdarian, James Campbell, James O’Callaghan, Serouj Kradjian and Stewart Goodyear, plus works by 2014 JUNO Award nominated composers Allan Gordon Bell and Stephen Chatman.

The showcase starts at 1:00 PM and admission is pay-what-you-can.

Classic 107's Bill Richardson is hosting the event.

We'll see you there!