Led by Juliana Snapper.
Calling Los Angeles artists working with voice: Hone your chops, develop your ideas and get those ideas realized!
How it Works
The group will meet at Machine Project in Echo Park where we will:
1. Experiment with, and realize ideas brought in by individual members
2. Perform and/or document those works for a specific artist’s video, installation, performance, etc.
3. Listen to music that blows minds and inspires
4. Cultivate our abilities as individuals and as a group to make powerful and wide-ranging vocal sounds.
Everyone is welcome. You don’t need to have a great voice or read music. This is not a choir! It is a sound collective. Think: Glee! + Imperial Orgy + AACM + Post-war horror movie choirs + Brian Eno’s sing-a-longs + Mieskuoro Huutajat + whatever you put in…
Find us on Facebook under Artists Voice/Sound Lab (AVSL)
Juliana Snapper is an artist and educator with a deep interest in people’s voices, and a knack for activating them. A California native, Juliana received her B.M. in vocal performance from the Oberlin Conservatory of Music before returning to California to pursue an interdisciplinary musicology Ph.D at UC San Diego. Her students have won grammy and emmy awards among others, and she has written on the voice for numerous publications. She performs widely and has created sound pieces for galleries and theaters including The Chelsea Theater (UK), PS1/MoMA, The Guggenheim, and, best of all, Machine Project.