tamara soldan –  voice / medieval fiddle / live electronics

While the World is undergoing a rapid and radical transformation, we feel oppressed and inert in the face of events. Our voice is blocked, unexpressed, unheard, lonely.

The project re:flexions wants to be a mirror of the present, a reflection on a world undergoing a fast and radical transformation and at the same time a deep inner journey to free, perhaps, a new identity.

Ancient melodies deconstructed and recomposed in a new form like an inner voice that breaks free and seeks a new identity, attempting to recompose the ruins of the World.

Voice, medieval Fiddle, Ancient melodic evocations superimposed on contemporary sound materials, nature and urban sounds, poetry and improvisation.

The language used is Latin, as a universal language, and other languages such as German and Veneto dialect (Tamara Soldan’s acquired language and mother tongue respectively) extrapolated from compositions by the poet Andrea Zanzotto, a cosmopolitan figure, a critic against the anthropocentalised world.

The drones become the white noise underneath our everyday life, the harmonic dissonances, the fears that manifest themselves in violent events and social aggression, the microtones the sense of indefiniteness and suspension, the ancient and improvised melodies, an inner, meditative reflection, the texts by the poet Andrea Zanzotto the connection with the identity land and the mother tongue, the absence of a defined rhythmic pulsation, the freedom from matter.

A personal and shared journey, guided by sounds and images that encourage a moment of reflection, of absorbed experience and the possibility of re-imagining it.

Note: the music of Re-flexions may be accompanied by artistic videos created by artist Mauro Lovisetto.

re:flexions is a musical work supported by Musikfonds Germany.


A Chantar!

A Chantar - Solo Acoustic

TAMARA SOLDAN, voice and  fiddle

As a contemporary Troubadour, she sings acoustic with  voice, fiddle and other instruments. The music comes from the big repertoire of the Middle Age. The space and audience is also part of the performance. Tamara moves in the space to explore the different sound perceptions. The result is a whole immersive music  journey.


Solo Performance

Birds and Love -
Solo Performance

TAMARA SOLDAN, voice / fiedel / live electronic

A painful, impossible love. A story that dates back to 1300, a score written behind a papal bull in England. This is the story of “Brid one Brere” a song as enchanting as medieval music.

Tamara Soldan in her solo project “Birds and Love” wants to tell stories that come from the ancient past by mixing voice, the sound of the Fiddle and effects. 

She combines Gregorian Chants, Middle Ages pieces and original compositions in a new way. Ancien Chants will find a new contemporary light..