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Nano Opera part of Vox Novus 60x60 Voice Mix

Robert Voisey
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The 60 Second work Nano Opera: The Rise, Triumph, and Fiery Demise of Robotika is now part of the 60x60 Voice Mix as part of the Vox Novus 60x60 10 Year Anniversary. Director Rob Voisey has created 10 mixes in honor of this great milestone for 60x60. These mixes will be performed internationally and include mixes like the 60x60 Athena Mix, the Presenter's Mix, the New York Mix, the Pacific Rim Mix, and the Concordance Mix. I had the privilege of coordinating this year's 60x60 Athena Mix, an exciting mix featuring the electronic works of sixty talented women from around the world. More info on 60x60 below.

Nano Opera Notes:
"Nano Opera: The Rise, Triumph, and Fiery Demise of Robotika" is an exhaustive opera in 3 acts. In Act 1 we meet the fledgling Robotika adrift in outer space. During the riveting battle scene in Act 2, the evil antagonist Teknilateroa betrays Robotika in a scintillating battle of wits. Act III begins with a massive explosion as Robotika accidently hits the big red button that destroys the galaxy's second quadrant. The opera ends with Robotika's ashes again adrift in the multiverse.

60x60 Voice Mix Official Press Release
Courtesy of Rob Voisey

Announcing the First 60x60 Voice mix

The 60x60 (2012) Voice mix is the first 60x60 mix comprised of works which
incorporate the human voice. Thomas Gerwin is the audio coordinator for the
60x60 (2012) Voice Mix.
Thanks to Thomas Gerwin (The Voice Mix Audio Coordinator) we will be
scheduling a performance of this mix at the International Sound Art Festival
Berlin 2012.

International Sound Art Festival Berlin 2012 focuses on a very special
issue, the most intimate and intuitive way to express oneself through sound:
the voice. The human voice is not only an essential part of each and every
communication, but also the oldest musical instrument. It expresses since
ever most spontaneously, natural und precisely emotions, quite directly as
well as artfully formed and modulated. At the same time it is the most
important tool to analyze and define matters of the world semantically in a
powerful and extremely complex way, if desired. Most seemingly no other
instrument can be used (= encoded and decoded/experienced) in such multiple
and profound ways as the human voice.

International Sound Art Festival Berlin 2012 approaches the phenomenon
through concerts/artistic sound performances, an interactive sound
exhibition, through soundwalks and a symposium, which are connected
conceptionally counterpointing the field of interest. A focus will be set to
the quality of authenticity and to the worlds of experimental noise and
environmental sound.

International Sound Art Festival Berlin 2012
"60x60 Voice-Mix" Celebrating a decade of one-minute works
Thursday - October 25, 2012
20:00 hrs (8:00 PM)
Mitte Museum
Pankstraße 47  13357
Berlin, Germany

Composer's in the 60x60 (2012) Voice mix are:
Warren Burt, Bernard Clarke, Alison Conard, Adam Cullen, Leonardo Duerto,
Tilted Eardrum, Mark Eden, Kramer Elwell, Soressa Gardner, Richard Dee Hall,
Nathan Halverson, Andrew Heathwaite, Chih-Fang Huang, Karl Heinz Jeron,
Allison Adah Johnson, Brad Kemp, Joan La Barbara, Sebastien Lavoie, Hoyong
Lee, Augustine Jan Seth Maranatha Bannatyne Leudar, Moises Linares, J Henry
Hartman Lowengard, Sylvi macCormac, Liam Molloy, Tomoko Momiyama, Josua
Moreno, David Morneau, David Moscovich, KO. DO. NA, Julia Norton, Linda O
Keeffe, Lefteris Papadimitriou, Robert James Pierson, La Cosa Preziosa,
Holland Sangster, Nigel Lorimer Simpson, David Jason Snow, Juan Maria
Solare, Eli Stine, Nathan Tamborello, Benjamin D Taylor, Matilda Jane
Thayer, Dixie Treichel, Ultra Violins, Robert Voisey, Lisa Whistlecroft,
Logos Women, Sabrina Pena Young, and Nena Zinovieff

Mixes for 2012 can be found here
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