Supriya’s latest project has been a multi-faceted exploration of the theme “Lullaby”. Inspired during a visit to India where she encountered mothers working in the fields singing lullabies to their infants placed in sling cradles far away and yet soothing them she wanted to explore the connection. This inspired Supriya to create the lullaby project which was initially funded by PRS Foundation through their Women Making Music fund. She is exploring the connection between the human brain and lullabies working alongside scientists from the Queensland University in Brisbane and the Karolinska Institut in Sweden She has developed new work around the theme of lullaby with partners in Scandinavia, including Ultima Contemporary Music Festival, Oslo, Norway; Metropolia University of Applied Sciences in Helsinki and the Vuotalo Cultural centre in Helsinki.
Supriya was commissioned to compose and perform two lullabies with the Iceland Symphony Orchestra. The lullaby project is set to tour to Singapore, Australia and New Zealand in 2019/20.