Senso di Voce is honored to be one of the Chamber Music America Classical Commissioning* awardees for 2021!
CMA Awards Nearly $1.3 Million in Grant to the Small Ensemble Music Field – Nichole Knight, August 23, 2021
Senso di Voce vocalist and composer Esin Gunduz
is writing for the duo, a twenty-minute long original music
that is inspired by the philosophy of Ibn ‘Arabî (1165–1240).
*This commission has been made possible
by the Chamber Music America Classical Commissioning Program,
with generous funding provided by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
A Sound Installation for Play/Ground!
While our live performances have worked in linear time,
in this six-speaker surround environment, time is collapsed:
multiple fragments of material are heard simultaneously,
moving and changing to draw out powerful connections in the music.
Sounding Spaces ©2021 (excerpt reduced to stereo) 15 min. total
An immersive six-speaker sound installation that embodies musical resonances across time, geography, and genre.
— conceptualized by Senso di Voce & created from earlier recordings and mixed for six speakers by Esin Gunduz.
Interludes ©2019 (excerpt) several interludes / movements
— written for Senso di Voce by composer Esin Gunduz.
New Video Release!
Donate via PayPal
Enjoy our summer 2018 performance:
As Above So Below,
recorded live at Silo City, Buffalo NY.
Our work is about resonances, physical and metaphorical.
Throughout our interpretations of early music from Western and non-Western traditions, we illuminate connections of timbre, gesture, sensation, and embodied emotional impact in order to bridge apparent divides of history and geography.
Please consider supporting our continued work as an ensemble by donating via our PayPal button below the video. Thank you!
“There is a sense after experiencing their work,
that you have seen something special, even magical.”
Claire Schneider, Executive Director, C.S.1 Curatorial Projects
Donate via PayPal
Prefer audio only?
Our performance weaves through the monumental space of Silo City, continually shifting the direction and proximity of sound in relation to the audience. If you’d like to enjoy the audio-only experience of this recording, you can find it on our SoundCloud:
About Senso di Voce
Who are we? Check out our brief welcome video to hear & learn more!
Senso di Voce thanks Jan and Barbara Jezioro for their annual support.