Constellations has several movements representing star clusters; they can be used in any order, performed singularly, with any subset, repeated movements, or in parts separated from each other by other compositions. These movements can even be layered on top of each other or with other works much like a mobile.

This mobile of movements is inspired by the night sky and the images created from the human inclination to define our environment as well as ourselves. Cultures have described the patterns of stars in terms of themselves from Sumerian times to modern day. In the past, constellations have depicted a myriad of objects and characters. Today our technology sparks imagination by photographing these same stars, displaying them as photographic art. This work is homage to both the past and present, staring not only into the heavens, but also into ourselves.

Constellations (TRANSreveLATION Mix)
- This mix was featured on the TRANSreveLATION concert on April 26, 2007 in New York City.
- An MP3 of Constellations (TRANSreveLATION Mix) is available for download at

Constellations (EMM MIX)
- A video collaboration of the EMM MIX was featured on the Electronic Music Midwest festival on October 13, 2007 in Kansas City, Kansas.

Robert Voisey

Writing electronic and acoustic chamber works, Robert Voiseyís writing style oscillates from Ambient to Romantic. Originating from nontraditional education, Voisey embraces a variety of media for his compositions as well as seeking new venues to disseminate his music and reach audiences. As the Artistic Director of the 60x60 project, Vice President of Programs for the Living Music Foundation, and Founder of Vox Novus, he seeks innovative and creative approaches to promote the music of today's composers. His works have been performed in concert venues and radio broadcasts around the world and can be heard via the Internet at Vox Novus.

Current Projects

The 60x60 project
- 60 compositions, 60 seconds long from 60 different composers for 1 hour of today's music

The Composer's Voice concert series
A series of chamber concerts in New York City highlighting contemporary composers from Vox Novus

~cdz is a a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote independent cultural initiatives in the fields of music and video.

A new electronic work consisting of a mobile of short electornic works named after the 88 designated constellations in the sky.

A CD containing chamber works written for voice, piano, flute, and viola.
Articles & Interviews
"Writers' Block"
- Chris Pasles, "Los Angeles Times", July 22, 2007
"Time and Motion"
- Anne Cammon, "Fly Global Music Culture", May 26, 2007
In Concert, 60 Times the Fun"
- Sophia Yan, "Oberlin Review", April 27, 2007.
"60x60 Project presents 60 composers in 60 minutes"
- Rachel Slade, "North Texas Daily" February 28, 2007
"Sound Sampler"
- Greg Haymes, "Times Union", February 9, 2006.
"Ingenuity and madness?"
- Malcolm Miller, "MV Daily" December 24, 2005
"Got a Minute? A Few Words on Music in 60 Seconds or Less"
- Robert Voisey with additional reporting by Frank J. Oteri, "new Music Box", May 1, 2004
Interview on Noizepunk & Das Krooner show #21
Interview on Kalvos and Damian Show #454, "The Catafalque of Valentines"
February 14 (real audio stream)
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**MP3 part 1
**MP3 part 2 or
**MP3 part 2
"From Irish Eyes to Short Attention Spans"
- Frank Oteri & John Schaefer, "Soundcheck" WNYC, New York, March 17, 2005

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