Andrea Voets (1989) is the artistic director of Resonate Productions: the world's only organisation for musical journalism. She makes documentary-concerts and podcasts on emotional blinds spots in society. In 2017, she united De Balie (the main debating house of the Netherlands), company New Heroes and other established artists and stakeholders into the application for a new-makers-subsidy of the Dutch Fund for the Performing Arts. This got granted and resulted in Wings & Roots -shaping identity between cultures-and While We Live -a compass to connection- Meanwhile, Andrea creates the podcast Millennial History with composer Luke Deane. These productions of musical journalism also received support from the Amsterdam -, BNG- & Prins Bernhard Funds for the arts.


Andrea obtained her bachelors of music and philosophy in Amsterdam at the age of 22. She then received a scholarship from the Prins Bernhard Fund to study at the Hanns Eisler conservatory in Berlin with Maria Graf. During her masters, she was appointed laureate of the Belgian SmartBE-foundation, as well as the Stringendo music fund. After graduation, Andrea started teaching her course of practical music philosophy at this conservatory, as well as at the School of Arts in Ghent. During her studies, Andrea won various first prizes, built a solo-career as a harpist and created many interdisciplinary concerts. In the lead-up to the New Makers-funding at De Balie, Andrea received an Elsa Neumann Stipendium -issued by the art schools of Berlin to selected graduates- and entered the Concerto21-program of the Töpfer Stiftung.


Andrea developed the concept of 'musical journalism' after the creation of XENITIA : a documentary-concert on migration, based on the testimonies of eighteen Greeks who left their country because of the crisis. After a pitch at ClassicalNEXT, the head of music of the British Council called this production “the sort of program we need after Trump and Brexit.”


Because of her international activities, Andrea speaks six languages fluently, including New-Greek and Farsi. She divides her time between the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany and Greece.