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Mon. November 6th 2017 Roundhouse - Performance Centre (All Ages)
Presented by: ISCM2017

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Music: Classical
Exclusive to ISCM2017, two of Canada’s top ensembles share the stage for a concert of music from around the world.

ISCM World New Music Days has a rich history of hosting world premieres like Alban Berg’s celebrated Violin Concerto. Tonight, we add to that history with the premiere of Canadian composer Ana Sokolović’s new violin concerto, Etva performed by Andréa Tyniec and Ensemble contemporain de Montreal (ECM+).

The night expands as Turning Point Ensemble takes you on a journey through the surrealistic fairy tale that is Serbian composer Isidora Žebeljan’s Needle Soup. This blockbuster concert also includes hauntingly beautiful pieces from composers from all over the world. A truly incredible evening of music.

Grzegorz Pieniek (Poland/Austria)
Jede Nacht besucht uns ein Traum

Martin Rane Bauck (Norway)
wie tau von dem frühgras

Iñaki Estrada Torío (Spain-Basque Country)

Ana Sokolović (Canada)

Sanda Majurec (Croatia)
Contrattempo – in three movements

Alejandro Guarello (Chile)

Farangis Nurulla-Khoja (Tajikstan/Sweden/Canada)
Ni d’ici ni d’ailleurs

Isidora Žebeljan (Serbia)
Needle Soup: A Surrealistic Fairy Tale for Octet

Ensemble contemporain de Montreal (ECM+)
Andréa Tyniec, violin solist
Marie-Hélène Breault, flute
Martin Gauvreau, clarinet
Antoine St-Onge, bassoon
Laurence Latreille-Gagné, horn
Thierry Champs, trumpet
Pamela Reimer, piano
Matthias Soly-Letartre, percussion
Hubert Brizard, violin
Caroline Laurent, violin
Valérie Arsenault, viola
Chloé Dominguez, cello
Pierre-Alexandre Maranda, double bass

Turning Point Ensemble
Ariel Barnes, Cello
Jeremy Berkman, Trombone
Jonathan Bernard, Percussion
David Brown, Double Bass
Ingrid Chiang, Bassoon / Contrabassoon
AK Coope, Bass Clarinet
Marc Destrube, Violin
Brenda Fedoruk, Flute
Vern Griffiths, Percussion
Marcus Goddard, Trumpet
Francois Houle, Clarinet
Heidi Krutzen, Harp
Domagoj Ivanovic, Violin
Jane Hayes, Piano
David Owen, Oboe
Tom Shorthouse, Trumpet
Mary Sokol-Brown, Violin
Marcus Takizawa, Viola
Owen Underhill, Conductor


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Turning Point Ensemble

The Turning Point Ensemble is a large chamber ensemble with a core of 20 players that specializes in presenting music composed during the past hundred years, linking the music of earlier times to the music of today with thoughtful programming and outstanding performance. We are especially interested in collaborating on interdisciplinary work where... more info