Steve Sciulli: The Singing Life of Plants, an Interspecies Collaboration


A virtual, live musical collaboration with multi-instrumentalist Steve Sciulli and The Singing Life of Plants!

7:00 - 9:00 pm Eastern Time
(That's UTC/GMT minus 4 hours)

Zoom Webinar

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Botanical musician Steve Sciulli combines ancient, sacred and traditional instruments with leading-edge technologies to accompany the real-time musical expressions of living plants. The result is an intricate, multi-level textural, ambient flow of music–a direct result of  co-created biocommunication.

Watch the recording of The Singing Live of Plants

(You will need a registrant passcode.)

Steve has explored this new form of musical collaboration with living plants that respond to the stimuli around them. He's found that plants, like humans, seemingly have distinct personalities and sensitivities, and can respond and interact in surprising ways with elements of their environment.

What might an orchid sound like whilst receiving a cool, soft misting of water? Imagine the song of the amaryllis as it’s leaves are gently stroked by caring hands. How might a Ficus tree express the sensation of a breeze blowing through it’s limbs?

The natural and subtle electrical signals emitted by plants can trigger electronic musical instruments, giving them voice. During a performance, Steve builds musical foundations in a self-generative sound environment, which ebbs and flows in response to the ontological values among plant, performer and environment.

About Steve Sciulli
As a multi-instrumentalist, composer and pioneer in sound healing and sound meditation, Steve Sciulli, has been in service to music his entire life.  He is well known as a performer, music educator, interdisciplinary sound artist, sound therapist, writer and teacher, with over 5000 public performances and more than 20 recorded albums of original music, as well as folk, ambient and new age music albums.

This event will be a co-created sound experience... relax, get comfortable, put your headphones on and enjoy this unique adventure. CAUTION: may result in an improved state of well-being in body, mind, and spirit!

The agenda will include an introduction and a performance followed by Q&A.

Please join us in this special event!

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13 thoughts on “Steve Sciulli: The Singing Life of Plants, an Interspecies Collaboration

    • John Post author

      Hi, the form is on the OMA event page, the very same page we are posting these comments on.
      Is this form visible in your browser?
      It’s in the upper portion of this page, to the right of the event description, under the heading Register Now.

  • Virgi Bohn

    That is the little Register Now “form” I am filling out with my Name, Email and telephone. Then I answer the math problem and press the “register” link. At that point instead of getting an additional “form” that allows me to make the donation you are requesting I get BIG BOLD READ LETTERS saying I need to complete the “form”. So the form I need to complete, I guess, would be the form to make a donation for this event because the little “Register Now” form doesn’t have a place to make a donation.

    • John Post author

      Ok I understand. In the little Register Now form, 3 fields are mandatory: Name, Your Email Address, and Math Question. It thinks one of these fields is invalid or incomplete. You can tell by looking at the field borders, they change from black to red in color for any field value it cannot accept.

      Please make sure your email address is formatted correctly and you are answering the math question correctly.

      If you continue to have trouble, I can register for you. Please let me know.
      Sorry for the difficulty!

    • John Post author

      Hi! If you haven’t seen your confirmation email with Zoom link, look for it in your Spam folder. We also send out reminders with the Zoom link from our info@ account so you’ll be getting that too later today and tomorrow.

      Thanks for your donation and participating!

    • John Post author

      Okay, did you get your confirmation email with zoom instructions upon registering? It can sometimes end up in your spam folder.

      Please email – I’d like to know when or how we have forgotten you.
      Thanks, John