Maya's TranceClassical is reviewed by the Philadelphia Inquirer as one of this week’s "Classical picks. Writer David Patrick Stearns describes the album as "the latest wide-ranging collection of up-to-the-minute composers." He describes Maya's cello as "augmented with all manner of high-tech studio wizardry" and praises her "guest stars that yield orchestral-size textures".
NPR Music: First Watch premieres Maya's first video for her upcoming album TranceClassical, out July 29 on Innova Recordings. In Bach's Air, Maya plays with the concepts of time and memory as two dancers move to her arrangement of the second movement from Bach's Orchestral Suite No. 2. NPR writes, "She turns the clock back to her childhood — to the days of snuggling with a blanket on the sofa, hearing Bach's music for the first time off a scratchy old LP... In the midst of al
Maya will release her next album, TranceClassical, worldwide on July 29, 2016 on Innova Recordings. She explores music for cello that entrances, transforms and transcends boundaries, styles, and centuries. TranceClassical includes selections by as wide an array of composers as is imaginable, brought to common ground by Maya’s unique artistic vision – J.S. Bach, Michael Gordon, Imogen Heap, Glenn Kotche, Lou Reed/David Lang, Julia Wolfe, Mohammed Fairouz, David T. Little, and