Thursday, October 20, 2011, 8:00 pm

Salle de concert — Conservatoire

4750, avenue Henri-Julien [métro Laurier / métro Mont-Royal], Montréal, Québec

Tickets: 514-873-4031 poste 313

Tickets

  • Regular: $25.00
  • Senior: $15.00
  • Student: $10.00

Aventa

Photo: Jacques Cabana.

On Video

Aventa Artistic Director William Linwood discusses the concert, and Rodney Sharman presents his work, 15m14s, October 10, 2011

Radio SMCQ: Tanzer Lieder

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Production SMCQ

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Attention: Not for the faint of heart! The Aventa ensemble of 15 musicians will challenge listeners to move from a state of contemplation (Géométrie sentimentale) to an euphoric vertigo (Voluptuous Panic) by way of sensuality and brightness evoking the music of Kafka’s era (Kafkapriccio). Extreme programming — Aventa gives full coverage!

Programme

  • Rodney Sharman, Elsewhereless (1998) (Atom Egoyan, libretto) (Montreal premiere) (extract)

    chamber orchestra

    Scene 4

  • Ana Sokolović, Tanzer Lieder (2004; arr. 2011) (Ana Sokolović, arrangement) (premiere)

    baritone, and chamber orchestra

  • Poul Ruders, KafKapriccio (2008)

    chamber orchestra

    • 1. Franz
    • 2. Felice
    • 3. Leni
    • 4. Josef
    • 5. The Execution
  • Paul Frehner, Voluptuous Panic (2011)

    chamber orchestra

    • 1. Escape Velocity
    • 2. Saltarello — Proxima Centauri
  • Rodney Sharman, Cabaret Songs (1998)

    baritone, and chamber orchestra

    • 1. Lovepain/Libesleid (2001)
    • 2. Wooden Shoes (2008)
    • 3. Au revoir, Maria Callas (2008)
  • Ana Sokolović, Géométrie sentimentale (1997)

    flute, oboe, clarinet in B flat, bassoon, horn, trumpet, trombone, percussion, piano, and string quintet

    Commission: ECM+, with support from the CCA

    • 1. triangle
    • 2. cercle
    • 3. carré

Hailing from British Columbia with a reputation for high quality performances and original repertoire choices, Aventa is one of Canada’s most respected contemporary music ensembles.

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