This is the web page for Turkish-Irish London-born Composer Pianist Singer and Poet Dilara. Dilara is one half of Environmental Sound Foundation and a member of TIC (The Improvisers’ Choir).
Dilara is a featured singer on TIC’s track Grain on the Demerara Records compilation album Vanishing Point (Vol. 1). She is also featured on the Environmental Sound Foundation track The Grass is Greener; a collaboration with composer Neil March who provided a musical sound art backdrop to Dilara’s powerful spoken word delivery and backing vocals. She has subsequently become ESF’s permanent vocalist.
Dilara graduated from Goldsmiths, University of London before undertaking postgraduate study at Guildhall College of Music & Drama.
Read the TIC page about Dilara Aydin-Corbett here.
Dilara also plays Keyboards for the (Im)Possibilities; a Guildhall-based collective led by Paul Griffiths who write and perform an exciting combination of Jazz Afrobeat Prog Classical Hip Hop and other influences involving a 20+ strong band with singers, spoken word artists, keyboardists, winds, horns, strings and a full rhythm section.