Diana Syrse is a composer and singer. Her music is characterized by an influence of jazz, rock, fusion, traditional music from around the globe and avant-garde as well as the use of non-Western instruments, theatrical elements, and electronics. Her focus is on musical composition for new musical theatre, opera, staged concerts and interdisciplinary collective creations. On several occasions, her music is performed by herself in collaboration with other ensembles, choirs, and orchestras such as Los Angeles Philharmonic, Vocalessence, the Babylon Orchestra, and the Staatsoper Hamburg.
Photo: Astrid Ackermann
The musical thinking of Diana Syrse is provocative, her way of thinking is strange, profound, exciting and diverse. Her musical language merge different worlds...Diana Syrse has also a theatrical imagination. Theater follows her.
Hugo Roca Joglar, El Milenio
New article about the “Ne-Opera" published in three languages in Latvia and France
What do we need to do to reimagine opera in our time? To what extent are we limited in terms of the music education we receive at universities? Why is diversity so important in the programming of events with music and scene in theaters and opera houses in Europe and what does that have to do with the future of opera?