Immersive interdisciplinary performance
The fog part 2 : Chiaroscuro
august 12th 2019 B41 at Berklee
* Chiaroscuro (Italian, meaning light-dark) is the use of strong contrasts between light and dark, usually bold contrasts affecting a whole composition.
This is a multimedia performance which creates an immersive environment with sound, visual and body movement to explore the contrast of light and dark, the duality of human nature or whole different spectrum of emotions. Three movements:
l. Prayer of Achilles II. Silence III. Fos : The light
Joy Lee : Director/Project Leader/Composition/ Voice/ Electronics
Leonardo Foletto : modular synth performance/ sound processing
Taylor Benson : piano
Madeline Miller : dance
Kedaar Kumar : interactive visuals with 2 screens
Neil Leonard [ Professor, Director of Berklee Interdisciplinary Art institute ] : Sax/Electronics
Society of composers
april 29th 2019 old south church in boston
old south church concert
Joy Lee : Composition/ Electronics
Leonardo Foletto : Modular synth/ Sound processing
Fryderyk Hoang Dong : piano
Electroacoustic composition "The Fog" was selected for the Society of Composers'
Old South Church concert in Boston
Peculiar Pairings : A Concert of
october 29th 2019 david friend recital hall
Electroacoustic composition "Toledo" was selected for the Society of Composers'
Peculiar paring : a concert of unusual instrumentation
Joy Lee : Composition/ Voice/Electronics
Fryderyk Hoang Dong : piano
Bri Tagz : Cello
modular synth concert
december 19th 2019 david friend recital hall
Joy Lee : Modular synth/voice processing
Cristobal Garcia Belmont : Modular synth
Gianni Leone : interactive visuals
*Dr. Richard Boulanger [ Professor at Berklee College of Music ] : Modular synth/Processing
ambient night concert
november 8th 2019 B41 at Berklee
Performed with custom built modular synthesizer
Sound processing from piezo contact mic
spaced out 2019
july 8th 2019 berk recital hall at Berklee
the Fog, part1 : from the dark
Mar. 11th. 2019 1140 1a berkhall
Joy Lee, an Imogen Heap Award–winning composer, electronic music producer,
and performer, presented original compositions in varied styles
to form a coherent story line about "darkness"
This is part 1 of Fog project which is an experimental way of storytelling.
The concert featured avant-garde electroacoustic compositions, electronic beats,
gothic rock, experimental free improvisations to tell the story
through combination of acoustic and electronic sound
EDI Showcase : innovate
oct. 30th. 2018 berklee performance center
The Electronic Production and Design Department celebrated some of Berklee’s finest student Electronic Digital Instrument (EDI) performers along with special guests Rachel Z, Thavius Beck, Dan Freeman, Moldover and dolltr!ck, The concert showcased the instrument in a wide variety
of musical settings covering the depth of its artistic applications.
oct. 2nd. 2018 1140 1A Berkhall
In this recital, Joy Lee put all the emotional and brutally honest music together, consist of
her original compositions and covers from Björk and Sarah Mclachlan, etc.
The concert featured avant-garde electroacoustic compositions, rock, experimental free improvisations to deliver deep emotions to the audience.
electronic live performance
aug. 11th. 2018 fenway 22 berklee
Joy Lee performed electronic beats and ambient-electronic pop using electronic digital instruments, hardware synthesizer and voice processing
Aleaiii art festival
aug. 26th-28th. 2018 Naxos island, greece
Joy Lee was invited to ALEAIII Art Festival in Naxos Island, Greece and performed traditional music from Epirus in ancient Greek with Greek traditional vocal ensemble
mar. 1st. 2019 150 B41 berklee
Celtic music concert
may. 7th. 2018 david friend recital hall
Joy Lee premiered her original Celtic style composition "Phoenix" in the Celtic music concert at David Friend Recital Hall. Since she has a huge interest in folklore music around the globe and especially, her music has been deeply influenced by Irish and Scottish traditional music, she has studied Celtic music 3 semesters in a row with a professor,
Didi Stewart who is leading a Celtic vocal ensemble at Berklee
Career jam caf show apr 5th 10pm
Apr. 5th FRI 2019 10PM
160 Berklee Caf
In the Caf Show, she presented 3 different styles of her original electronic compositions with voice processing and electronics.