Basso Profundo Choir blended with throat singing Mongolian techniques.

Introducing a unique blend of deep resonance and haunting lines, our ensemble merges the powerful basso profundo choir with Mongolian polyphonic singing, resulting in a dark and atmospheric sonic landscape. A fusion of traditional and contemporary elements enriches your sonic narrative. Whether set in dark otherworldly realms or dystopian rituals, this ensemble delivers an evocative auditory experience to help you describe the darkest depths of storytelling.

This ensemble comprises 6 to 12 people.

Gregorian Choir blended with Eastern European chant traditions

In choral music, Gregorian chants are known for the simplicity of their spiritual resonance in early Western culture. We take this a step further, blending these qualities with Eastern European chant traditions to foster a cross-cultural dialogue that transcends geographical boundaries. Blending it with microtonal inflections and ornamentations, reminiscent of Eastern European vocal traditions, adds nuanced expressiveness, echoing the mystical allure often associated with Gregorian chant. Adding more adjectives to your story.

This ensemble comprises 8 to 16 people.

Pleiades Polyphonic Vocal Group

The female polyphonic group “Pleiades” was founded in May of 2006 in Thessaloniki, to contribute to the diffusion of folk polyphonic singing. The members of “Pleiades” already had considerable experience in studying and performing folk music, and have been performing in Greece and abroad. They collaborate with various contemporary artists aiming to explore the connection between oral polyphonic vocal tradition and contemporary ways of musical expression.

Broken Strings Alternative Chamber Ensemble

This ensemble includes 2 first violins, 2 second violins, 1 viola, 1 cello, and 1 contrabass, all crafted as custom-made instruments. A distinct feature is the lack of internal space within their wooden bodies, resulting in non-internal resonance.

Instead, each instrument is connected to two coiled springs leading into separate Frame Drums, the size of which varies according to the instrument. The arrangement of instruments, their placement, and the number of Frame Drums can be modified based on the preferences and vision of the composer.