Dodó Kis is a Hungarian recorder player and EWI player who currently lives in Amsterdam. She studied at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam under Jorge Isaac and Walter von Hauwe, where alongside her early music studies, she also specialised in live electronics in interdisciplinary music. Since 2011 Dodó has been playing in the Royal Wind Music, an ensemble that specialises in polyphonous music from the 16th and 17th centuries. Since 2012 she has also been playing in Trio aXolot, a recorder trio that immerses itself in classical, folk and contemporary music, musical theatre and improvisation. Dodó also plays with Jerboah, an experimental funk-rock band in which she plays EWI, an electronic wind instrument as bass synthesiser, and creates compositions and arrangements for the group. Both as a soloist and as a chamber musician and band member, Dodó has performed at international festivals and in concert halls throughout Europe and the United States. She is also one of the founding organisers of the EAR sessions, a monthly concert series that focuses on new music. She is currently exploring the role of the recorder in improvisation and crossover genres within music.



Mother’s breath (recorder)