speaking about creating "Empathy Spaces" & the "why" of her innovative performance practices

trailer Diving Into the Wreck

CINDY Cox's The Shape of the shell

Ken Ueno's stars Like Sibilants

Tobias Klein's Rant

Theo Loevendi's Claro

structured improvisation 360 Degrees

Oguz Buyubkerber's Don't Faint

Anne LaBerge Urban Doldrums with set by Elsa van der Akker

Laura Carmichael's SOS Vivaldi

IG Henneman The Motion Caused

Hannah Lash California Orange

Duo X Urban Doldrums trailer

Matthew Burtner'S Sxueak

Oguz Buyubkerber's XY

Oguz Buyubkerber's 3d in the dark

Basklarinet Festijn compilation

Ken Ueno's Two Believers on opposite sides...



In Tamar Diesendruck’s ‘Tell’ sonorities are shed by wearing away a thousand year old musical hill, as it were. It sounded partly like a self-declared rap with sprechstimme and tambourine rhythms, then suddenly like a mature film music folksong.

Laura Carmichael in the lead role as speaking player dug brilliantly through the layers of sound.
— Andreas Daams, Neue Rhein Zeitung (translated from original German)
... Carmichael and Kishi played “Charisma.” Exploiting the extreme ranges of both instruments and extremes in dynamics, Xenakis’ piece is charged with unbridled power and kinetic force, and the two instrumentalists captured that easily, giving a stunning and hypnotic performance.
— Edward Reichel, Deseret News, Salt Lake City Utah
Carmichael and Blackmore gave a compelling reading of the work that captured the intensity of expressions and the unfolding drama between the two instrumentalists. (Lee Hyla’s ‘We Speak Etruscan’)
— Edward Reichel, Deseret News, Salt Lake City Utah