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Soundohm

Nina De Heney

"I always thought that playing bass was a way for me to dance without being seen as a dancer. Maybe that is why I do so much enjoy working with dancers : to see the music I improvise rebound in the dancer's body and have the music dance back. I never really felt I fit in just one idiom, getting to a point where I rather try to embrace melodies, sounds and see how I can melt them together. I favour crooked melodies, crooked sounds . I often wonder about what happens when a melody breaks, or when a sound is shattered.I'm a big fan of what at first seems to be musical mishaps. I have played with many fine musicians and dancers, and they have all given me the love of music and shared it with me." -Nina de Heney-

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"I always thought that playing bass was a way for me to dance without being seen as a dancer. Maybe that is why I do so much enjoy working with dancers : to see the music I improvise rebound in the dancer's body and have the music dance back. I never really felt I fit in just one idiom, getting to a point where I rather try to embrace melodies, sounds and see how I can melt them together. I favour crooked melodies, crooked sounds . I often wonder about what happens when a melody breaks, or when a sound is shattered.I'm a big fan of what at first seems to be musical mishaps. I have played with many fine musicians and dancers, and they have all given me the love of music and shared it with me." -Nina de Heney-

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