Orr Sinay is a performer, composer and double bassist, who uses her work to integrate experimental and avant-garde genres with free improvisation. As a bassist, she also performs in different styles, ranging from contemporary and new music, to free jazz.
Orr seeks and explores the art of real time; the risk of unpredictable components. She has performed and collaborated with many artists and ensembles in both modern and experimental fields as well as in Free Jazz. Another major part of her work is in collaboration with dance and performance artists. Currently a member of Nova Collective, View Cuts ensemble and Mobile Budka trio (which she also co-founded).
As an Educator Orr teaches independent courses in Improvisation, traditional music and theory, collaboration workshops with dance and theater, arranging classes and critical thinking about improvisation and experimental performance.
B.Mus. from The Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance (2014)
MFA from CalArts (California Institute of the Arts) (2017)
Teaching Diploma from Tel Aviv University (2018)