Ms. Moughalian’s narrative biography of her grandfather, David Ohannessian, who founded the Armenian ceramics tradition in Jerusalem in 1919, will be released in April by Redwood Press, the new trade imprint of Stanford University Press. Moughalian's articles on the subject of Ohannessian’s art have been published in Stambouline, Toplumsal Tarih, an exhibition catalogue of the Komitas Museum-Institute in Yerevan, Armenia, and in the anthology, A la découverte de la Jérusalem des Armenians, forthcoming from Somogy Éditions d’Art. In connection with her research on Ohannessian and his art in both Ottoman Kütahya and Mandate Jerusalem, she can be heard on the Ottoman History and Society for Armenian Studies podcast series.
Sato Moughalian has served as principal flutist of Gotham Chamber Opera, the American Modern Ensemble, Oratorio Society of NY; guest flutist with groups including Imani Winds, Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, the American Ballet Theatre and American Symphony Orchestras, and the Orquestra Sinfonico do Estado São Paulo, Brazil. She can be heard on more than thirty chamber music recordings on the Sony Classics, BIS, Albany, Newport, and the American Modern labels. In May of 2019, Perspectives Ensemble will release its second Naxos CD, featuring two works by Manuel de Falla: El Amor Brujo (1915 version) and El Retablo de Maese Pedro.