juliana (at) teknikaradica (dot) org
Juliana Snapper is a musicologist and a singer specializing in dramatic intermedia performance. In the last year she has sung at the Armand Hammer Museum's performance series in Los Angeles, and the "Scout" series at the Participant Inc. Gallery in Manhattan. In March, Snapper teamed with Miller Puckette to give the U.S. premiere of Philippe Manoury's En écho for soprano and PD at the Sounds French new music festival in New York. She has been invited to perform in the coming year in the Fresh Sounds series at the San Diego Musuem of Art, at the Theatre des bouffes du nord in Paris, and in The Berlin Festival. Her article on Turntablism appears next month in a special issue on music and globalism from the European Journal of Cultural Studies. Snapper is a Ph.D. candidate in Critical Studies/Experimental Practices in Music at UC San Diego.
Juliana is co-founder of Teknika Radica, and she welcomes your emails. You can reach her at juliana (at) teknikaradica (dot) org or info (at) teknikaradica (dot) org.