Voice and music orients the work towards a musical setting, enabling participants to forge links between sound and song, voice and instrument, word and musicality.
The raw material of sound is transformed into an embracing musical form. Improvisation is now guided by attentive listening and an increasing sensitivity to its effect. Songs provide distilled stories for multiple interpretations. Some texts, although they are not designed to be sung literally, offer themselves for a subtle study in musicality.
The meeting with an instrument, pianoforte or cello is an extraordinary opportunity to drop even deeper into a musical world where the vibratory quality of sound can espouse the power of words. Partner and ensemble exchange ensure renewal and freshness in ther work.