Voyage is the latest release by composer and performing artist, Garth Stevenson. The album reflects both the literal and metaphysical voyages that have impacted him over the four years he spent creating the music. The opening track Passage was inspired by a close and spiritual encounter with a humpback whale while kayaking on the Pacific. Farewell was improvised on a piano next to his grandmother's hospice bed, helping her through her final moments. The Plains was inspired by the explorers Lewis and Clark, while Voyage embodies Shackleton’s journey to Antarctica in 1914 and Stevenson’s in 2010. Tuva, featuring the Alash Ensemble, is Stevenson’s interpretation of the music, land and culture of the Tuvan people. He spent three weeks living in a yurt and playing music with these exceptional instrumentalists and throat singers under the backdrop of the stunning Siberian landscape.