Noell Dorsey



Noell Dorsey is a classically trained singer and experimental vocalist who has performed throughout New England and New York. Recent collaborations include: Matt Samolis' Triptych for voice and piano at Nave Gallery, Steve Lacey's Tips for flute, bass clarinet and alto flute featuring Steve Norton, Peter Bloom and Matt Samolis at Advent Church Library and Somerville Armory, Eva Kendrick's Norse song cycle Disir for cello, harp and 3 voices at Brandeis University, John Cage's Ryoanji at both Third Life Studios and Advent Church, and a mini east coast tour with Brendan Murray in the release of Birches and Markman's Graves split LP with Perispirit.

She also performed a solo vocal improv show at Mobius mid Jan 2012. She will be performing two song cycles written by Jeff Thomson and Eva Kendrick based on poems by Elizabeth Bishop at Boston Conservatory and the Community Music Center of Boston this winter. An active improviser, she performs with experimental improv projects Jajuno Trio, Katze, Avoidance, and Richochet, as well as rock bands Guillermo Sexo, Future Carnivores and the minimalist duo, Beautiful Weekend. She studied vocal performance at The Hartt School in Hartford, CT and Longy School of Music in Cambridge, MA.