Friday, October 6, 2017
Event Title: Viscous Æther
  • Region: British Columbia
  • Venue / Location: Church of Truth – 111 Superior St., Victoria, BC
  • Time: 8:00pm
  • Price: $10
  • Genre: Woodwinds
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Description:

Viscous Æther
manipulations of air to make sound
New music by Nathan Friedman and Dave Riedstra performed by Trio Taco and guests

Friday 6 October 8pm
Church of Truth
111 Superior St James Bay
Admission $10

Friday, September 25, 2015
Event Title: 88 Tuned Bongos: Solo for Four Hands | John Kameel Farah
Description:

Celebrating the great lineage of experimental piano works over the Western Front’s 40+ year history, 88 Tuned Bongos champions today’s most cutting-edge pianists and keyboard projects. This Fall, Western Front New Music welcomes three musician/composer residencies working with the newly refurbished Disklavier piano, three concerts and a workshop. The series continues in Winter 2016. More info: http://front.bc.ca/events/88-tuned-bongos-piano-series/

SOLO FOR FOUR HANDS | JOHN KAMEEL FARAH

Saturday, February 21, 2015
Event Title: Double Premiere of Canadian Works - Vancouver Philharmonic Orchestra
  • Region: British Columbia
  • Venue / Location: Shaughnessy Heights United Church (33rd @ Granville), Vancouver, BC
  • Time: 8:00pm
  • Price: $15 adult, 10 senior (suggested donation)
  • Genre: Orchestra / Large Ensembles (10+)
  • External Link: VPO Feb 21 2015 Concert
Description:

Our first concert of 2015 promises to be a night of exhilarating new music enjoyed alongside familiar favourites!

HABIBI - The Promised Hand
We are exceptionally proud to open with a piece written exclusively for the VPO by Iman Habibi, the VPO's inaugural Composer-in-Residence. Audience members will be the first to hear his beautiful piece performed at this, its world premiere! Iman is a Iranian-Canadian composer and a graduate of UBC.

NICKEL - Concerto for Oboe

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by TawnieO
on August 21, 2012

Spent the day yesterday listening to and taking notes from a recording I made a few weeks ago with Ros Morley, a fellow Canadian and a member of Parthenia, a consort of viols based in New York City for whom I'm writing my next composition. Our meeting was an afternoon of pure delight; Ros and another gamba player, Terry Hare (who is commissioning the piece) performed music by Thomas Morley and we explored extended techniques on the instruments (including striking the tailpiece of a G violone with a soft mallet. Best. Sound. Ever.).