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This year sees the birth of a new long-term project of the Genetic Choir, which will unfold over the coming years, and has a first busy period this autumn/winter: the (Non)Corpus trilogy will explore the intangible in both the human voice and our human beliefs.
You can get involved! Click here for more info and come to the Laboratory that we are organising on WeMakeTheCity2019:
23 June 2019, 14:00-16:00 – Laboratory (Non)Corpus in the Dominicuskerk, Spuistraat 12, Amsterdam
(Nederlandse info: klik hier)
28 June 2019, 19:00 – Opening of the UPDATE exhibition at Arti et Amicitiae, Rokin 112, Amsterdam
A taster of the voice approaches we will work with during (Non)Corpus will be presented during this Opening Performances, titled ‘Het ademt’, in collaboration with the work “Bamboo Sphere” by Maria Blaisse.
The first part of the (Non)Corpus project will culminate this year in two concerts on 22nd and 28th of December. Save the dates!
Genetic Choir will be artist in resident on the November Music festival in Den Bosch (1-10 November 2019), developing a brand new edition of the Loop-Copy-Mutate project from 2017 ! More info will follow soon.
Also about to start:
“Het Huis van Lied en Geluid” is project in which Genetic Choir singers will employ listening and voice improvisation skills as a form to develop meaningful contact with people who’s ability for verbal contact have been impaired. We are working together with the Flevohuis in Amsterdam to train volunteers and family of people with e.g. dementia in a 1,5 year project that will be scientifically monitored for its effects.
We are planning to invite interested regulars of Genetic Choir workshops to get involved as well in this special project! (from January 2020)
If you are interested, you can already let us know (via firstname.lastname@example.org) or you can become a blog follower to stay updated closely.
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photos of the Underground Concert of Loop-Copy-Mutate in the NoordZuidlijn/Amsterdam CS on 2 July 2017 (photographer: Nellie de Boer)
“Whatever it was, it was very good!”
surprised audience member after Elevator Music
“These sounds… some of them… I had to laugh, but it also did something to me. I really got this urge to fly!”
Midas Dekkers in reaction to the Insects Concert
“I have been listening full of of fascination to the Genetic Choir pieces. You appear to me as a vocal machine that is constantly searching, evaluating, probing, seducing, without any fear.”
An online listener to our Audio Page
If you would like to read about our past concerts, follow the links in the Concert Archive .