This weekend's concerts of the McGill Contemporary Music Ensemble (in collaboration with live@CIRMMT) feature works that bring acoustic instruments and voices together with electronic sounds.
On April 2nd, a related CIRMMT research colloquium organized by Robert Hasegawa will take place. It will feature talks by the composers and McGill graduate student researchers, with Hae-Sun Kang, Luis Naón, and musicologist Jonathan Goldman as special guests.
Guillaume Bourgogne, Artistic Director
In collaboration with CIRMMT
Robert Hasegawa, coordinator
Hae-Sun Kang, violin (Catherine Thornhill Steele Visiting Artist)
- Matthias Pintscher: Mar’eh, for violin and ensemble
- Georg Friedrich Haas: Introduktion und Transsonation
- Ana Paola Santillán-Alcocer*: Sommeil paradoxal**