Thursday, February 24, 20117:00 pm
Grand and eclectic — this concert conducted by Walter Boudreau as part of the Montréal/Nouvelles Musiques festival will take us from the totalitarian world of Louis Andriessen’s De Staat (“The Republic”) — for women’s choir and large ensemble — to the playful world of Nicole Lizée’s This Will Not Be Televised — for seven musicians and DJ.
- Ensemble de la SMCQ
- Walter Boudreau, conductor
- VivaVoce, vocal ensemble (Marie-Claude Arpin; Marie-Annick Béliveau; Bernard Cayouette; François Dubé; Alain Duguay; Michel Duval; Emilie Ellis; Christopher Hossfeld; Émilie Laforest; Alfred Lagrenade; Dayna Lamothe; Michel Léonard; Stephanie Manias; Erica McBurney; David Menzies; Lucie Roy)
- Peter Schubert, conductor
- DJ P-Love
flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, piano, percussion, violin, viola, cello and double bass
7 musicians and turntablesCommission: CBC
4 female voices, 4 oboes, 4 horns, 4 trumpets, 4 trombones, 2 electric guitars, electric bass, 2 harps, 2 pianos and 4 violas
With up to 40 musicians on stage, including the vocal ensemble Viva Voce and New York’s DJ P-Love, this promises to be a raucous evening!