Artist and composer Samita Sinha combines experiment and tradition to create new forms of performance using voice, body, sound, and space. Sinha combines her voice, grounded in North Indian classical music, with embodied practices both ancient (including Qigong and Baul singing) and contemporary to create emergent forms. Her work has been commissioned by Asia Society, Performance Space 122 and Invisible Dog Art Center, Danspace, Rubin Museum, and Gibney Dance, and has been presented by The Kitchen, Wexner Center for the Arts, REDCAT, PICA, National Sawdust and others. She has collaborated with Okwui Okpokwasili and Peter Born, Ralph Lemon, Fiona Templeton, Sekou Sundiata, Dani ReStack, Aki Onda, Daria Fain & Robert Kocik, and Robert Ashley. Sinha is part of the “uniquely-aligned trio” (NPR) Tongues in Trees with Sunny Jain and Grey Mcmurray, and teaches voice extensively (recently at Princeton University, Swarthmore College, Movement Research, Centro Nacional de las Artes in Mexico City, and Womankind (formerly New York Asian Women's Center). A Fulbright Scholar, Sinha received her MFA in Music/ Sound from Bard, and her BA in Literature from Yale.