Daisy Press

Photo Credits: Marc Schreiner

New York

Daisy Press

(She/Her)

Daisy Press has been hailed by the New York Times as an “intrepid, passionate” voice in modern classical music in the US and Europe. At Brooklyn’s famed House of Yes, she has served as a prominent voice in NYC nightlife. In Europe, Ms. Press has recently performed as a soloist with Vienna-based ensembles Klangforum Wien and Phace.

Daisy is a specialist in the music of 12th-century mystic and polymath Hildegard of Bingen, and she incorporates practices of North Indian (Hindustani) ragas into her unusual interpretations of Hildegard’s chants. Her first all-Hildegard album will be released on Story Sound Records. Daisy is the creator and High Priestess of the now-online phenomenon known as Voice Cult, a vibrant community which meets weekly to explore singing Hildegard’s music as a regular grounding practice for body and spirit.

Daisy Press (She/Her) was picked by curator David Bruin (He/Him) for Prelude Festival 2021.

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This year at Prelude, we are trying out

chain curating!

Daisy Press

was invited by curator

David Bruin

and forms a part of

Chain 1

Show

A Dripping Honeycomb and Other Holy Places

Monday, 25 October 2021

7pm ET

Livestreamed

A Dripping Honeycomb and Other Holy Places

A work-in-progress sharing drawing on the works of twelfth-century nun, poet, and visionary Saint Hildegard of Bingen.

Collaborators:

Daisy Press, Joshua White

Talk

Segal Talk: Chain Curation Thread 1

Monday, 25 October 2021

12pm ET

Livestreamed

Segal Talk: Chain Curation Thread 1

In conversation with New York based artists and curators that comprise the first chain in our chain curation programming this year.

Featuring:

David Bruin, Daisy Press, Anh Vo, Malcolm Betts, Arien Wilkerson, Damani Pompey

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