INTERsection: Music From Every Direction!

Saturday, September 6, 2014
Event Title: INTERsection: Music From Every Direction!
  • Region: Ontario
  • Venue / Location: Dundas Square, Toronto
  • Time: 2:00pm
  • Price: $Free
  • Genre: --
  • External Link: Facebook Event Link
Description:

SEP 5-7th, 2014
“A marathon of sound in the middle of traffic”
Robert Everett Green, The Globe and Mail

Friday, Sep 5, 8 pm
Intersection takes over the Tranzac
Tranzac, 292 Brunswick Avenue

Featuring some of the finest young ensembles/performers of contemporary music in Toronto, this multi-room event includes the Toy Piano Composers Ensemble, the Thin Edge New Music Collective, Kyle Brenders Quartet, the junctQín keyboard collective, and more.

Saturday, Sep 6, 2-10 pm
New Music Marathon and Musicircus
Yonge Dundas Square:

The stage is not enough! Join us at Yonge-Dundas Square for a day of performance and interactive installations on stage and spread throughout the square. Robert Everett Green of the Globe and Mail describes the event as “[a] marathon of sound in the middle of traffic.” Crowds will experience a barrage of style and sound from melodicas to 25 saxophones, and from electronics to noise.

Sun, Sep 7, 8 pm
Evan Ziporyn re-imagines Terry Riley’s Poppy Nogood and the Phantom Band
Music Gallery, 197 John Street Saturday,

Special guest Evan Ziporyn and Contact join forces to present an evening of post-minimalist selections, including works by Allison Cameron, Christopher Adler, Evan Ziporyn and a special arrangement of Terry Riley’s classic Poppy Nogood and the Phantom Band performed by Ziporyn and Contact saxophonist Wallace Halladay.