Sur jalsaghar

Un nouveau CD, une initiative de la claveciniste Vivienne Spiteri […]

Archipelago around Isabelle Panneton

Three authors comment three works (among which a premiere) by Isabelle Panneton, recently performed by the Trio Fibonacci: afterwards, they each comment on their comments. […]

Maxime Goulet tells stories

About Maxime Goulet’s new work, « Toute une journée ». […]

David Adamcyk: The Illusion of Forms

On David Adamcyk’s new work, “Double Concerto”. […]

At the heart of Serge Arcuri

On the forthcoming creation Au cœur du son de Serge Arcuri, heard in the context of the concert Les cinq As of the ECM+ (May 4th, Pierre-Mercure hall, Montreal). […]

Variations on / by Petar Klanac

Around Petar Klanac’s new work, “Variations” […]

Bouliane and the Anticostians – the invention of a world

The Montreal Symphony Orchestra and the Metropolitan Orchestra present back to back to the Montreal public two orchestral creations (!) by Denys Bouliane. A Prelude / Postlude about these events. […]

A remarquable collaboration, a clear and coherent result

Alain Trudel was right to emphasize, at the beginning of the concert, the thematic links uniting the three works on the concert program: love and romanticism. Thus, between Tchaikovsky’s fantasy-overture Roméo and Juliette, which is well-known, and the piano concerto No. 4 by André Mathieu, permeated by Rachmaninoff’s predominant influence, comes En amour en hiver, […]

Surface Tension

On September 24th, in the course of its live@CIRMMT series, the Center for Interdisciplinary Research in Media and Technology (CIRMMT) featured pianist Eve Egoyan and visual artist David Rokeby. Both artists, hailing from Toronto, presented Surface Tension, a collaborative work for disklavier and interative video exploring various avenues as regard music-image interactions. On the stage, […]

En amour en hiver : when Tim Brady meets Michel Rivard

From the beginning, in 2007, a common view united composer Tim Brady and the new conductor of the Orchestre Symphonique de Laval (OSL), Alain Trudel: the creation of new music is not in itself problematic. Certainly, some works appear less easily accessible than others but that is not the reason why they are inaccessible to […]