STS 2015 – Late Night at the Anvil

Tuesday, February 3, 2015
Event Title: STS 2015 – Late Night at the Anvil
  • Region: Atlantic
  • Venue / Location: Anvil Beverage Room, Wolfville, NS
  • Time: 9:00pm
  • Price: $Admission: $5 cover
  • Genre: Mixed Chamber Ensembles (1-9 Performers)
  • External Link: Acadia New Music Society
Description:

NBG Ensemble presents works by Kati Agócs, Carmen Braden, Anthony Genge, Monica Pearce, and Abigail Richardson-Schulte. Come celebrate the release of the first Acadia New Music Society self-produced CD ‘Live Wired’. The NBG Ensemble is the resident ensemble of the Acadia New Music Society. The eight members of the ensemble present music in a cabaret setting.

Programme:

PART 1

Marjan Mozetich / Baroque Diversions
Susan Sayle, viola

Abigail Richardson-Schulte / Inundation
Eileen Walsh, clarinet
Mark Adam, percussion
Susan Sayle, viola

Kati Agócs / Every Lover is a Warrior
Ellen Gibling, harp

Carmen Braden / Bedrock Cycles
Gillian Smith, violin
Norm Adams, cello
Jennifer King, electric piano

Monica Pearce / Connotations
Derek Charke, flute
Eileen Walsh, clarinet
Jeff Hennessy, toy piano
Gillian Smith, violin
Norm Adams, cello
Mark Hopkins, conductor

Intermission

PART 2

CD Release Event “Live Wired”

Anthony Genge / Eastern Passage
Derek Charke, flute
Eileen Walsh, clarinet
Mark Adam, percussion
Ellen Gibling, harp
Gillian Smith, violin
Susan Sayle, viola
Norm Adams, cello
Mark Hopkins, conductor

The Acadia New Music Society (ANMS) is proud to present its 8th annual new music festival. Featuring: Jeffrey Zeigler, a world-class artist from New York City and former cellist of the Kronos Quartet. The Blue Engine String Quartet, Nova Scotia’s premiere quartet and members of Symphony Nova Scotia. NBG Ensemble, our resident festival Pierrot-style group. The Acadia Wind Ensemble and Symphony Orchestra, Acadia teaching faculty, and regional performers and composers.

The Acadia New Music Society acknowledges our funding partners: Arts Nova Scotia, The Canada Council for the Arts, The SOCAN Foundation, The Municipality of the County of Kings, and Acadia University.