Le Monde - Marie-Aude Roux

Astrig Siranossian, la « petite étoile » du violoncelle.

 Un maintien, une grâce, que reflète son jeu subtil et profond, aussi brillant par les couleurs et la virtuosité que fascinant par les abîmes qu’il frôle.

Le Monde

France Culture - Olivia Gesbert

Astrig Siranossian and Nadia Boulanger’s Legacy

Through this tribute to Nadia Boulanger, it’s also the important figure of the teacher which is celebrate. She is the one who allows Quincy Jones to studs an art which was forbiden to him in the USA because of his skin color. She was also Igor Stravinsky’s friend and confident.

France Culture

Le Figaro

Dear Mademoiselle

The real gift of the recording are Nadia Boulanger’s Three pieces for cello and piano composed with an infinite delicacy in which we can sense all the love that this teacher – composer had for the great repertoire.

Le Figaro

Médiapart - Frederick Casadesus

Dear Mademoiselle

Her album is perfect for initiating the newcomers to classical music and to seduce the connoisseurs and make them say “I didn’t know this, it’s realy good !

Médiapart

La Croix - Emmanuelle Giuliani

Tribute from a “Mademoiselle” to an other.

Mademoiselle Boulanger gift was to find the singularity in each person and to make this singulartiy to bloom. She encouraged Astor Piazzolla to works on his argentinian roots rather than try to sounds like europeans compositions that don’t suit him.

La Croix

France Info : Culture - Lorenzo Ciavarini Azzi

The cellist Astrig Siranossian celebrates Nadia Boulanger by playing her student’s works

 I had to enter the universe of each composer. Those Nadia Boulanger’s students who find their own languages through her teaching.

France Info