From Atlantic Shores: Motion Ensemble

Monday, January 20, 2014 (All day)
Event Title: From Atlantic Shores: Motion Ensemble
  • Region: Ontario
  • Venue / Location: The Music Gallery at Saint George the Martyr, 197 John St., Toronto
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  • Price: $35 regular | $25 member, senior, arts worker | $10 student
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Sunday January 19

The Music Gallery and New Music Concerts presents:
From Atlantic Shores: Motion Ensemble

Doors 7pm | Pre-show Talk 7:15pm | Concert 8pm | Reception 10pm
Tickets $35 regular | $25 member, senior, arts worker | $10 student
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Motion Ensemble (Karin Aurell, flutes; Richard Hornsby, clarinets; Nadia Francavilla, violin; Andrew Miller, contrabass; D’Arcy P. Gray, percussion/electronics; Helen Pridmore, soprano) is a chamber music group based in New Brunswick, Canada. Their repertoire is an eclectic mix of post-classical and experimental music. Motion’s music often utilizes electronics or visual media. The group has been presenting its own concerts since 1998, now with a series in Saint John called Open Arts and additional concerts in Sackville, Moncton and Fredericton; they also reach thousands of school children through their educational projects. |

Jérôme Blais – Le miroir d’argent (2012)
Paul Steffler – Book of Manners (2009)
Kevin Morse – The Unnamed Lake (2013)
Lucas Oickle – New Work (2013) (World Premiere)
Derek Charke – (from) The Grand-Pre Project (2009): Blizzard; between the shore and the ships;
Sandy Moore – (from) The Grand-Pre Project (2009): Tout passe
Anthony Genge – Motion (2004)
W.L. Altman – Silly Love Songs (2009)