The first in our series of talks welcomes composer Ma'ayan Tsadka, who has been a frequent collaborator and artist with Indexical’s programming. For more on our series of talks, read Conversations and the Wider Community.

ma'ayan tsadka

musician; composer; sound-explorer

Composes sounds for people, instruments, objects, buildings, metal rails, and more. Current activity and research topics includes: underwater sonic-scapes, site-specific pieces, audio/visual pieces, and echo and resonance in musical, political, and social context: from the rhythms of protest chants, to a series of site-specific pieces which calls for active participation and challenges common musical hierarchies. Completed a DMA in music composition at UCSC, working with Larry Polansky, Hi Kyung Kim, David Cope and Amy Beal. Currently resides in Jaffa and teaches at Haifa university.