Senso di Voce
(Sense of Voice)
a Duo of Voice and Oboes, (Esin Gunduz, voice, and Megan Kyle, oboe and English horn) explores acoustic links between voice and instrument through early music sonorities. They search for resistance and energy as the voice directs the singing at the English horn & oboe bells within the highly resonant spaces in which they perform. Watch Below!
The duo performs music from the Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque eras, finding historical and acoustic links among the music of Western Europe, Eastern Europe, and the middle East. Their arrangements carefully aim to recreate the spectra and overall effect of the special timbres that belong to each tradition while integrating the space’s feedback to such sonorities. These pieces are woven together in uninterrupted programs, the connective thread of which are interludes, organized improvisations that have a transformational role, especially in timbre. The duo moves through the space throughout the performance, finding different reflective positions in the venue and forming ever-changing antiphonal relationships. The result is an immersive musical and spatial experience that illuminates and recontextualizes the spiritual and meditative repertoire performed. Project website.
To Hear About Performances or to Book: Get in Touch with Senso Di Voce
Esin and Justin,
a duo of Amplified Voice and Acoustic Snare-drum, is a project where the interference and special acoustics of this instrumental combination are explored. We play open pieces.
Esin Gunduz, Amplified Voice, Compositions
Justin Von Strasburg, Acoustic Snare Drum
To Hear about Performances or to Book: Get in Touch with Esin and Justin
Past Project: resAUnance (until Mar. 2018)
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