With jazz composer and trumpeter Andy King at the helm, the McGill Jazz Orchestra I will put its unique spin on challenging and exciting repertoire that embraces Canadian traditional and contemporary jazz masterworks as well as music composed by the exceptional students of the Schulich School of Music’s Jazz program.
Montréal en lumière / Schulich in Concert: Jacqueline Leclair, oboe; Marianne Gythfeldt, clarinet; and Brad Balliett, bassoon
Discover the unique sounds and repertoire of the modern reed trio as this exciting chamber group presents an evening of eclectic and interesting contemporary music for wind instruments that includes two world premieres and music for clarinet and electronics! Works by Wuorinen, Wolpe, Knussen, Thimmig, Balliett, Gythfeldt and Bingham
Two-time Grammy-nominated jazz pianist Bill Charlap and his wife, acclaimed jazz pianist Renee Rosnes come together to perform timeless jazz selections. Distinguished guests of the Catherine Thornhill Steele Chair, both pianists have been praised for representing the upper echelon of contemporary jazz piano aesthetics. Together the uniquely beautiful duo will ignite the stage!
Montreal/New Music and live@CIRMMT: McGill Contemporary Music Ensemble: Guillaume Bourgogne, artistic director
Presented in collaboration with Montréal/New Music and live@CIRMMT Surroundings and New Technologies Rebecca Woodmass, soprano Levy: Sonneries de Cantenac Penha: Pendulum Lanza: Le nubi non scoppiano per il peso Mochizuki: Etheric Blueprint Gatinet: World Premier For more information: Le NUBI