The New York Times

"Ms. Razaz’s music was ravishing and engulfing throughout..."
  • 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."
  • 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 ..."
  • Something of Life

    The debut solo album of former Kronos quartet cellist Jeffrey Zeigler, features my solo cello and electronics piece, Shadow Lines, which was commissioned for Jeff by VisionintoArt. Listen to the piece on my SoundCloud page!

    Legend of Sigh

    New collaboration with cellist Inbal Segev and filmmaker Carmen Kordas. This multimedia composition for solo cello, electronics, and video installment is based on an Azerbaijani folklore. Stay tuned for more updates on the project!

    New on Q2 Music

    Check out live audio recording of my recent concert: Available on Q2 Music for on-demand audio streaming. Ferus Festival Presents: Gity Razaz- a composer portrait.


    Watch video excerpt of the world premiere of my concert-length dramatic song cycle "The Call Across the Valley of Not-Knowing", commissioned by VisionIntoArt and Jerome Fundation. Video by FaremisVisuals
  • Gity was awarded the 2014 Jerome Fund Prize for her concert length vocal piece,"The Call Across the Valley of Not-Knowing" Listen to the world premiere Here.
  • FERUS Festival sponsored by VisionIntoArt presents a full concert of Gity's music at the Stone in May 2014.
  • National Ballet School of Canada commissions Gity to create an evening-length ballet in collaboration with Robert Binet.
  • Gity's solo piano work "Light" is released on David Aladashvili's debut album, Opus 13.
  • A commission to compose a new ballet score for the New York Choreographic Institute in collaboration with Julien Guerin.