Producer, Program Manager
“My belief is that there is a hungry audience out there waiting to be inspired and touched by the music that today’s composer has to offer all we need to do is reach them.”
– Robert Voisey –
He founded Vox Novus in 2000 and created the American Composers Timeline.
Voisey is a Producer of “60×60” project founded in 2003 and premiered at Under St. Mark’s Theater. Over a decade Robert Voisey has brought the 60×60 project to hundreds of venues across the globe including New York City’s World Financial Center Winter Garden Atrium, Stratford Circus, the Sheldon for the American Art Experience in St. Louis, In 2008, he created a short live experimental video screening series called XMV which was presented at Collective: Unconscious. And in 2009, he created the Fifteen Minutes of Fame project.
In 2011 Voisey became the Organizational Advancement Director for the Electronic Music Midwest festival.
In 2001 he established the Composer’s Voice Concert Series. This series has been housed in a range of venues in New York City including South Oxford Space in Brooklyn, The Gershwin Hotel, Under St. Mark’s Theater, Collective: Unconscious, Christ St. Stephen’s Church, and most recently found its home at Jan Hus Church.
In 2002, Robert Voisey became the vice President of the Living Music Foundation.