With the support of record label, Sitare Productions, Noorali has been producing music that fuses classical stylings from the East and West. Beginning with releases “Ali Goyam” and “Kesariya Balam”, a worldwide audience is gathering to see what’s coming next. She is currently preparing to release “Til Bhar Tulana” a choral version of a ginan she has felt connected to her entire life.
Produced by Mike Raznick and mixed/mastered by Everett Young, Noorali’s piece includes some wonderful musicians and singers from all over the United States and Canada. They include Shalini Vijayan of the Lyris Quartet, soundtrack artist Bart Samolis, tabla player, Razak Pirani, and beloved singers Nida Moledina, Saif Sattani, and Kanwal Sumnani. All voices, including Noorali’s, were beautifully captured by Adnan Khoja, choral recording engineer.
Deeply affected by the text of this work, Noorali has written several blog entries about her creation process as well as her reflections upon life and death. You can follow her website to keep up with those very personal, moving stories about our greatest and gravest questions.
Finally, be ready for the big release of “Til Bhar Tulana” by subscribing to the Sitare Productions YouTube channel and join the wonderful musical journey by following Samira on Facebook and Instagram (@samiranoorali).
Check out playlist of first two songs from Impressions of Devotion.
Samira Noorali, Houston-based composer, brings cultural and spiritual narratives to life via the arts. Her written and musical work has played on stages all over the United States, Dubai, Portugal, Mexico, Canada, and France. She features some of the best names in the world like seasoned Hollywood composer and producer, Mike Raznick and grammy winning guitarist, Andrew Synowiec in her projects, and is committed to excellence. Having studied classical music from both the East and West, she has brought a “fusion” touch to her work with Canadian Conductor Hussein Janmohamed and with the Bollywood Duo, Salim-Sulaiman.