Anna Homler

Anna Homler is an experimental vocalist, who sings in a phonetic melodic language. With a sensitivity, that  is both ancient and post-modern, her work explores alternative means of communication and the sonic properties of everyday objects. "Homler  is (...) making words musical and music like words." (New York Times). Since 1982 she has worked in the US  with composers/musicians Steve Moshier, David Moss, Ethan James, Steve Roden, and Steve Peters. In Europe, she has recorded and performed  with the Voices of Kwahn, Steve Beresford, Joker Nies, Peter Kowald, Geert Wagemann, Pavel Fajt, and Frank Schulte, among others. Her most recent CD release is with Sylvia Hallett, "The Many Moods of Bread and Shed," on the Orchestra Pit label.

"HOMLER seems to sing in the forgotten dialect from some past life or some past world....disconcertingly bewitching." (Cadence)

".......a singer who can take the audience by the hand and lead them along the weird path between atmospherics and surreal humor." (Resonance)
"The work...has the power to transform the kitsch artifacts and consumer culture into something ethereal, surreal and beautiful." (Performance Magazine)

Sendungen im Kunstradio:

29. 12. 2013: „INTERFERING RADAR“