New Music 101 Series: Program 1: Array Music and Eve Egoyan
Mon Apr 08, 2013
7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. (60 mins)
Toronto Reference Library, Elizabeth Beeton Auditorium
Arraymusic under Artistic Director Rick Sacks will discuss the interaction between music and poetry as four musicians and two poets (Jill Battson, Paul Dutton) elaborate on their collaboration. The second part of the presentation will feature pianist Eve Egoyan who will discuss her artistic process, collaborations, and curatorial programming, and also perform excerpts from recent and upcoming projects.
Cellphonia - April 8 to May 31, time: 24/7
New Adventures in Sound Art (NAISA) presents the interactive installation Cellphonia by Steve Bull and Scot Gresham-Lancaster. A phone number will be provided in the program and flyers for the New Music 101 concerts that can be called allowing anyone to contribute to Cellphonia's constantly transforming sound collage, which will be accessible on http://www.naisa.ca/.
SERIES DESCRIPTION: New to New Music? Curious about Contemporary? Join us for "New Music 101". Members of the Toronto New Music Alliance will serve as your personal audio tour guides to the world of contemporary classical music, combining performance and discussion over the course of four separate, one-hour programs. Prepare for a sonic adventure!
SERIES HOST: John Terauds writes about classical music and opera at musicaltoronto.org and is a freelance classical music critic for the Toronto Star.