Andrea Young solo improvisation at Death of the American Industrial Revolution Festival, Pawtucket, USA, 2016.
Composed by André Cormier. Performed by Andrea Young, voice, Robin Streb, viola, Laura Cetilia, cello, Hérménegilde Chiasson, speaking voice. Live recording, Moncton, 2012.
Cormier's setting of Hérménegilde Chiasson's 1000-line poem "Conversations" (1999 Governor General's Award, French Language) consists of ten volumes, each an hour in duration and presenting each 100 lines in turn.
Andrea Young and Alo Allik. Live network performance between Valencia, CA and London, UK.
Bocca is an improvisation for voice and voice-controlled electronics and was performed with Alo Allik's mikro:geen (a gene expression programming machine and improvising system), where the vocal data streams controlled digital synthesizers in Kyma, while Allik’s artificial learning system mimicked these warped features and responded with genetically evolved synthesizers. This network performance was performed in Valencia, CA, 2013, and Scarborough, UK, 2012.
by Agostino Di Scipio. Recording. L'Aquila, Italy, 2010.
Recording of Agostino Di Scipio's work for live electronics and mouth performer at the composer's studio in L'Aquila, Italy. The performance of this work requires attention to the involuntary muscular movements inside the mouth and to feedback monitoring. This work was subsequently performed at The Vancity Culture Lab, Vancouver, 2010, at CalArts, Valencia, California, 2011, and published by La Camera Verde on the accompanying CD for the composer's written work: Polveri sonore. Una prospettiva ecosistemica della composizione.
by Hector Bravo Benard. Live performance. Het Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ, Amsterdam, 2005.
Written for me by the composer in 2004-05, this work requires extreme control within the individual features of the acoustic, classically trained voice. Performances took place in Amsterdam (NL), Vancouver (CA), Venice (IT), Montreal (CA) and Los Angeles (US), and came to influence my current work with live vocal feature extraction and voice-controlled electronics.