What makes the biggest impact on me and on the project is learning about the artists who’ve participated in these choirs, gleaning their individual tone, timbre and stylistic tendencies into a greater sonic soup. ALL of the Dronechoir Alumni listed below are talented, dedicated musicians/performers/poets and artists of their own, please take some time to explore their repertoire!
Dronechoir MIRACLE, 16, a collaboration with Mahogany L. Browne, featuring poets Ramya Ramana and Imani Davis, live video artist Bleue Liverpool for Ecstatic Music Festival at Merkin Concert Hall, NYC, March 1st, 2018.
Bahar Baharloo, Thimali Kodikara, Lola Johnson, Lindsey-Paige McCloy, Phyllis Lee, Alicia Walter, Emma Wiseman, Ginger Dolden, Rose Blanshei, Jen Goma, Nandi Plunkett, Starr Busby, Kate Steinberg, Shanelle Gabriel, Scout Gillett and Arone Dyer.
Dronechoir BUDDHA, 17, Le Poisson Rouge, NYC, Sept 20, 2017
Bahar Baharloo, Emily Ritz, Thimali Kodikara, Cassandra Jenkins, Lola Johnson, Sannety, Lindsey-Paige McCloy, Phyllis Lee, Alicia Walter, Anaïs Mitchell, Dara Hirsch, Emma Wiseman, Ginger Dolden, Katie Von Schleicher, Rose Blanshei, Gyda Valtysdottir
Dronechoir TRACE, 24, in Berlin, Germany at the Michelberger supported Nameless, Endless Festival, Oct 1, 2016
Anna Mareike Holtz, Camilla Stavely-Taylor, Channy Leaneagh, Elena Pieper, Emily Stavely-Taylor, Gyda Valtysdottir, Henrike Rau, Jenn Wasner, Jessica Stavely-Taylor, Kate Stables, KristinAnna Valtysdottir, Lisa Hannigan, Marta (Curly), Miriam Laschinski, Nora Lessing, Pauline Dessner, Rose, Sabrina Nürnberger, Sarah Reuber, Shara Nova, Soema Montenegro, Tabea Storz, Ulrike Küchler
Dronechoir TRACE, 13, Le Poisson Rouge – NYC, Sept 2, 2016
Bahar Baharloo, Boshra AlSaadi, Denitia Odigie, Nkoula Badila, Emily Ritz, Phyllis Lee, Asy Saavedra, Jen Goma, Thimali Kodikara, Starr Busby, Justine Bowe, Lindsey-Paige McCloy