Josephine Foster

Krems Salzstadl Salzstadl

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Fragile song structures carried by a glass-clear soprano voice: Josephine Foster, who once aspired to be an opera singer, focuses on intimate, almost sacred atmospheres, navigating somnambulisticly between weird folk, subterranean blues, meditation exercises, and enraptured art songs. Whether its unembellished interpretations of Emily Dickinson’s poetry or being seemingly under the influence of songs from German Romanticism, Foster’s séances are full of risks and side effects. Her sirenesque voice unfolds delicate harmonies, which are occasionally contrasted with a distorted guitar or harmonica.

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