With thousands of views, likes and shares on social media, Pasha decided to upload her greatest work on YouTube.
We proudly present the following links and invite you into an amazing journey through the violin sound and its various styles, in Pasha’s own magnificent renditions.
We start out with the Arabesque Show out in the deserts, where Pasha fills up the atmosphere with a blue start, but a jaunty rhythm throughout the track, accompanied by a colorful oriental dancer.
We definitely return to emotion, color, life, tranquility and an uprising mood with this two minute jam that holds a treasure sound performed gracefully by Pasha, with an impressive stage appearance!
Moving back to India’s rich musical culture, Pasha airily and gently covers a popular song from the Indian Movie Aashiqui 2, composed by Mithoon, named “Tum hi ho”. You might recognize it!
Time to shift gears and behold a royal sight as Pasha forges an Arabesque song dating back from Egypt, by the extraordinary Umm Kulthum, one of the greatest and most influential singers of the 20th century. One of her best-known songs, “Enta Omri”, has been covered and reinterpreted numerous times, but Pasha really manages to work out the romantic and modern sound in a spontaneous reproduction.
Oh, miserere! The setting of Psalm 51 by Italian composer Gregorio Allegri has been turned into hundreds of different tracks and Opera interpretations, from Puccini or Pavarotti himself, to Andrea Bocelli, Zucchero and Al Bano – on the most prestigious stages in the world. Pasha delivers the exact vocal and story emotions with an incredible and beautiful exposition of Nessun Dorma.
With almost 40.000 views and 0 dislikes on the record, we’re really getting Lucky! Listen to the next amazing teamwork between Pasha, majestically on the violin, and Kristina, with the soothing saxophone, covering Pharrell’s pop track all known around the world.
And to finish off with a bang, here’s a surprise duo that really works the dance floor and vibes! This is what happens when a violin conducts a cello on an enchanting and delightful act. Listen to Pasha Cazan and Clara set the pace to over 120bpm!