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Tamar Sagiv

CELLO

"Music is nature. 
It starts with the first breath I take before I pull the string with my bow. It's that first breath that creates the wave of sound that is drawn from my instrument that connects me to this earth, to the ground I am standing on, to the air I am breathing. Music is nature, and nature is music. They cannot exist without the other." 

Photo: Foppe Schut

"Music is nature. 
It starts with the first breath I take before I pull the string with my bow. It's that first breath that creates the wave of sound that is drawn from my instrument that connects me to this earth, to the ground I am standing on, to the air I am breathing. Music is nature, and nature is music. They cannot exist without the other." 

Photo: Foppe Schut

"Music is nature. 
It starts with the first breath I take before I pull the string with my bow. It's that first breath that creates the wave of sound that is drawn from my instrument that connects me to this earth, to the ground I am standing on, to the air I am breathing. Music is nature, and nature is music. They cannot exist without the other." 

Photo: Foppe Schut

"Music is nature. 
It starts with the first breath I take before I pull the string with my bow. It's that first breath that creates the wave of sound that is drawn from my instrument that connects me to this earth, to the ground I am standing on, to the air I am breathing. Music is nature, and nature is music. They cannot exist without the other." 

Photo: Foppe Schut

Through music and improvisation, we are connecting the natural world to the human experience.

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Tamar Sagiv

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Jackie Traish

FLUTE

Adam Billings

COMPOSITION & SAXOPHONE

Dylan James

CLARINET

"Music is nature. 
It starts with the first breath I take before I pull the string with my bow. It's that first breath that creates the wave of sound that is drawn from my instrument that connects me to this earth, to the ground I am standing on, to the air I am breathing. Music is nature, and nature is music. They cannot exist without the other." 

Photo: Foppe Schut

"As a flutist, it seems to be a sacred responsibility for our instrument to bring forth sounds of nature, such as birds, wind, and water. Music connects us to the world around us and forces us to stay present from the moment we begin the piece until the moment it ends. That’s what makes being a musician such a gift. I’m so thrilled to be a part of this group and to continue building the connection between nature and music for our audiences to come!"

Photo: Ana Teresa Galizes

"My music revolves around the natural world. I try to incorporate as many metaphors of nature as I can; how various species of birds sing and converse with each other, and how tree branches split off in different ways from the trunk. I truly believe that as humans we have lost sight of the fact that we share this world with everything that lives on it. Because of this, I am determined to show the beauty and complexity of nature through my music." 

Photo: Valesca Gongora

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"I find that nature is the most fundamental inspiration for music--from the sounds of the wind and sea to the various ambient noises we may not notice unless we are listening very closely. I am excited to further explore the unique relationship between nature and music with bloom quartet, and to hopefully achieve beauty and honesty in our exploration." 

Photo: William Oh Ohstory Photography

"Music is nature. 
It starts with the first breath I take before I pull the string with my bow. It's that first breath that creates the wave of sound that is drawn from my instrument that connects me to this earth, to the ground I am standing on, to the air I am breathing. Music is nature, and nature is music. They cannot exist without the other." 

Photo: Foppe Schut