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CARISSA KLOPOUSHAK & PHILIP CHIU
SOUNDWORLDS
Works for violin & piano by Janacek, Carrabré, Debussy, Vivier, and Willan
Released November 2016


INGRID SCHMITHUSEN
Pierrot Lunaire
ATMA Classique
Released May 2016

Ingrid Schmithüsen: sprechstimme, Claire Marchand: flute, Simon Aldrich: clarinet, Carissa Klopoushak: violin & viola, Chloé Dominguez: cello, Sara Laimon: piano

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GRUPPO MONTEBELLO, VEREIN FÜR MUSIKALISCHE PRIVATAUFFÜHRUNGEN VOL. 3
Zemlinsky, Wagner, Berg
Etcetera Records
To be released (2017)


ТУТ І ТАМ, ОБРЯД 
Released 2015

Обряд (Obriad), meaning 'Ritual,' is the fourth release from Tyt i Tam. A concept album that explores ancient rituals with impassioned honesty in a contemporary context.


GRUPPO MONTEBELLO, VEREIN FÜR MUSIKALISCHE PRIVATAUFFÜHRUNGEN VOL. 2
Released 2015

Works by Schönberg, Webern
Etcetera Records


AUSTRALIAN CHAMBER ORCHESTRA, Vivaldi: The 4 Seasons (Richard Tognetti, violin)
Released 2014

Bis Records
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PLUMES, Plumes
Released 2012

Veronica Charnley: vocals
Carissa Klopoushak and Lana Tomlin: violins, Pemi Paull: viola, Andrea Stewart: cello
Plumes Ensemble


THERESA SOKYRKA, Ukrainian Roots
Released 2010

Theresa Sokyrka, vocals and guitar
Carissa Klopoushak, backing vocals, violin

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DAVID MARTEL & THE ACQUAINTANCES
Live at The Sparrow, 2011

David Martel (Guitar, vocals), Carissa Klopoushak (violin, vocals) Marianne Houle (cello, vocals), Dan Tetrault (drums), Matt Perrin (bass)
David Martel (The Martel Corporation)


COEUR DE PIRATE, Blonde
Released 2011

String Quartet: Annie Guenette, Carissa Klopoushak, Frédéric Lambert, Pierre-Alain Bouvrette

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TYT I TAM, Tyt i Tam
Release 2010

The 3rd release by Ukrainian folk-rockers Tyt i Tam.
Available on iTunes 


JORDAN COOK, Seven Deadly Sins
now performing as Reignwolf
Released 2010

Violin and string arrangements


TYT I TAM, Until Morning
Released 2008

The 2nd release by Ukrainian folk-rockers Tyt i Tam.


TYT I TAM, self-titled
Released 2006

The 1st release by Ukrainian folk-rockers Tyt i Tam.


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DJINGO DJANGO, Djam
Released 2006

Carissa Klopoushak, violin, and Graham Pritchard, guitar, play jazz standards, arrangements, and original tunes.  Inspired by the collaborations of Stéphane Grappelli and Django Reinhardt.

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Voloshky, The Best of Voloshky
Released 2004

Performed violin, sopilka (a traditional wooden Ukrainian flute), guitar, and auxiliary percussion on the six newly-recorded songs on the album.