Voyage Sonique: a period chamber ensemble
Second Prize in International Competiton at the Lyceum Club International de Suisse 40th Concours de Musique
Voyage Sonique is a period ensemble devoted to historical performance of baroque music. The founding members – Juilliard alumni – met during their studies at The Juilliard School, forming the ensemble after discovering a tight-knit friendship and united passion and playing styles.
Currently in their third season as an ensemble, Voyage Sonique is praised for their “…strong interpretative inclinations” and “haunting quality” (The Herald). Most recently, they’ve taken second prize in international competition at the Lyceum Club International de Suisse 40th Concours de Musique.
Voyage Sonique has been featured with GEMS (Gotham Early Music Scene, Inc.) multiple times on their Midtown Concert Series, and they are an Early Music America Emerging Artist. They have held residency at the prestigious Avaloch Farm Music Institute. Upcoming highlights in their 2019 – 2020 concert season will be performances on concert series such as The Angel’s Share (New York City) and Friends of Chamber Music (Troy, NY).
As individual musicians, each enjoys a flourishing solo and chamber career: Augusta McKay Lodge, described as “the real thing, a true virtuoso” (Seen & Heard International), enjoys her recent CD release Beyond Bach and Vivaldi which was under consideration for the 61st Grammy Nominations; Jeffrey Girton recently gave his solo Lincoln Center debut with Tomasini’s Violin Concerto; Keiran Campbell performs regularly with Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra as principal cellist and recently gave a concerto debut with Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra; Robert Warner has performed with conductors such as Masaaki Suzuki, Kristian Bezuidenhout, and Ton Koopman; and Adam Cockerham pursues a busy career in New York and on the West Coast with ensembles such as Trinity Baroque Orchestra and Philharmonia Chamber Players.