Roomful Of Teeth Blends Vocal Styles From Around The World
What do you get when you cross Tuvan throat singing, a style that originated in southern Siberia, with a little alpine yodeling?
The eight person Berkshire-based vocal ensemble Roomful of Teeth. They’re a vocal group that experiments with non-classical vocal practices. And they’re unlike anything you’ve seen before.
- Brad Wells, founder, artistic director, Roomful of Teeth; Artist in Residence in Vocal Music at Williams College
- Virginia Warnken, alto, Roomful of Teeth
- Roomful of Teeth at MASSMoCA: August 26th at 8pm
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