CMC Presents Julia Den Boer

Thursday, May 26, 2016
Event Title: CMC Presents Julia Den Boer
  • Region: Ontario
  • Venue / Location: Canadian Music Centre, 20 St. Joseph St., Toronto, ON M4Y 1J9
  • Time: 7:30pm
  • Price: $20 General Admission / $15 CMC Members/Arts Workers
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Thursday, May 26
7:30 pm

CMC Presents Julia Den Boer, piano

French-American pianist Julia Den Boer presents an exciting contemporary programme, with the premiere of a work by Associate Composer Chris Paul Harman.

Zosha Di Castri, The Thinking Eye (2006)
Geof Holbrook, Landings (2013)
Ana Sokolovic, Danses et Interludes (2003)
Chris Paul Harman, Chorale Melodies (2016, World Premiere)
Jimmie Leblanc, ...Au seuil de l'Instant... (2014)
Ashkan Behzadi, Cronistoria Plastico (2014)

About Julia

Pianist Julia Den Boer is a strong advocate of contemporary music. Based in New York, she performs internationally and has commissioned and premiered numerous works. Julia is a recipient of the Solti Foundation award and was awarded the Prix Mention Speciale Maurice Ohana at the 2012 International Orleans Competition, and her duo with percussionist Piero Guimaraes, What | Where, won the first prize at the 2014 Ackerman Chamber Music Competition.

Recent performances include a program of commissions for piano and electronics for Live@CIRMMT in Montreal, Columbia Composers Concert at Issue Project Room, Matrix 13 at the SWR in Freiburg, New Music Concerts in Toronto, MATA Festival with Talea Ensemble, a solo recital at the Bohemian National Hall, Ear Heart Music at Roulette with Iktus Percussion, the International Computer Music Conference, the Klangspuren Festival in Austria, Poets Out Loud at Lincoln Center, and Manifeste at IRCAM. Her performances have been broadcasted on Q2, CBC Radio 2, the SWR and France Musique. She was recently on the jury for the first international Association of Iranian Contemporary Music Composers competition.

Julia is a native of Lyon, France and holds a doctorate from SUNY Stony Brook University where she studied with Gilbert Kalish. She is on faculty at the Bloomingdale School of Music and Third Street Music Settlement and curates the East Bank Music Series at the Church of the Ascension in Brooklyn.

General Admission $20
CMC Members/Arts Workers $15
Purchase Tickets Here

Canadian Music Centre
20 St. Joseph St.
Toronto, ON
M4Y 1J9
PH: 416-961-6601 x202