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Tim Brady, solo electric guitar with live electronics
Tim Brady, Electric Guitar

November 11, 2006, 8 pm.
One of the best Canadian contemporary electric guitarists!
Fraser Auditorium / Laurentian University.
November 11, 2006

The 5-Penny New Music Concert is pleased to present, in collaboration with the Laurentian Music Department Concert Series, the eminent Canadian electric guitarist, Tim Brady, on Saturday, November 11, 2006 at 8 pm at the Fraser Auditorium, Laurentian University.  The recital will present original works for solo electric guitar with live electronics by Tim Brady, R. Murray Schafer, Jean-François Laporte and alcides lanza. General admission is $15 and $10 for students/seniors. Tickets are available at the door and at Black Cat Too! Known for his radiant orchestrations, dramatic structures, and innovative guitar artistry, Tim Brady has composed in wide variety of genres ranging from chamber and orchestral music to electroacoustic works, chamber opera, contemporary dance scores, jazz and free improvisation. Altogether he has released 14 CDs both as a composer and a performer. Brady, who lives in Montreal, regularly tours North America and abroad as an electric guitar soloist, performing his own music as well as premiering new works by other composers in his effort to create a new voice for the electric guitar. In January 2004, he was awarded the Prix Opus for “Composer of the Year” by the Conseil québécois de la musique for the outstanding quality of his work as a creative artist.  He is currently the President of the Canadian New Music Network.

GO (9 min) 
Red Melisma (7 min) 
Le Chant des baleines (11 min) 
Frame 22: Switch (11 min) 
Tim Brady
Tim Brady
Jean-François Laporte
Tim Brady
Tim Brady
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Le Cri de Merlin (15 min)
Modulous II  (9 min)
Memory Riot  (19 min)
R. Murray Schafer
alcides lanza
Tim Brady

Links to Composer's Biographies

Tim Brady , Jean-François Laporte , R. Murray Schafer , alcides lanza



The World of Luciano Berio

February 9-10, 2007

Sudbury, Toronto, Quebec-City musicians celebrate the music of Italian composer, Luciano Berio (1925-2003) in two concerts, featuring his solo and chamber music, and the music of Canadian composers!
February 9 & 10, 2007

|St. Peter’s United Church,
203 York Street Tickets at the door and at Black Cat Too!
$ 15 Adult $ 10 Senior / Student

Concert 1 - Friday, February 9, 2007

Pre-concert talk - 6:30pm
“Umberto Eco and the role of the Listener”
Paul Colilli: Professor of Italian Studies at Laurentian University

Concert - 8pm

Brin - Luciano Berio

Two pieces for piano - Gary Kulesha

Sequenza VIIb
- Luciano Berio

In the dark ... hommage à Lars von Trier -  Robert Lemay

Philip Candelaria (guitar)

Yoko Hirota (piano)


Wallace Halladay (saxophone)

Christian Robinson (violin), Alexandra Lee (violoncello) and Yoko Hirota (piano)

Pause

3 Encores
(Brin, Leaf & Erdenklavier) -
Luciano Berio

Fleeting Thoughts - Stephen Chatman

Due Pezzi - Luciano Berio

Stuntman
- Robert Lemay

Yoko Hirota (pn)



Philip Candelaria (gtr)

Christian Robinson (vln)
Yoko Hirota (pn), James C Lebens (trombone)

**This concert will be recorded by Espace Musique, the musical station of Radio-Canada, 90.9 and will be broadcast at a later date at “radio-concerts” all across Canada.**


Concert 2 - Saturday, February 10, 2007

Film presentation - 6:30pm

'Voyage to Cythera' by Frank Scheffer

Concert - 8pm

Insomniak Part I - Erik Ross

3 Encores
(Brin, Leaf & Erdenklavier) - Luciano Berio

Caprice
- Alice Ho

Insomniak Part II
- Erik Ross

Wallace Halladay (saxophone)

Yoko Hirota (piano)


Alexandra Lee (violoncello)

Wallace Halladay (saxophone)

Pause

Les mots sont allés - Luciano Berio

Two pieces for piano
- Gary Kulesha

Sequenza V - Luciano Berio

In the dark ... hommage à Lars von Trier
- Robert Lemay

Alexandra Lee (cello)

Yoko Hirota (pn)


James C Lebens (trombone)

Christian Robinson (violin)
Alexandra Lee (violoncelle) and Yoko Hirota (piano)

Performer's Biographies:
Philip Candelaria | Wallace Halladay | Christian Robinson | Alexandra Lee | Yoko Hirota | James C. Lebens