Après le tremblement...

CROSS-RESIDENCY • musical residencies and creations Quebec/Europe

Electronics • Creation • Cross-residency

Electronics • Creation • Cross-residency

As part of Résonance croisée - residencies and musical creations Québec/Europe. Inspired by the eponymous piece Après le tremblement de terre (After the earthquake) by composer Bruno Letort, the concert presents a daring programme, centred on the music of today and tomorrow.

The title is as much a reference to the events that have shaken the world in recent months as it is to the tremors that are experienced in creative music. Through its diversified program, this concert leads us to reflect on today's music, its place in society and the way it can or must influence our world. The program includes a selection of works for percussion, saxophones and electronics, including repertoire from the last decade, such as works by Bruno Letort and Laurent Durupt, and creations by Núria Giménez-Comas and Félix-Antoine Coutu, special commissions from the duo. The musicians have thus given great importance to experimentation by integrating the use of the Karlax MIDI interface, video elements and soundtracks.

A musical event not to be missed!


  • Félix-Antoine Coutu
    : Dans la grange, mon drone ne vole pas haut , 2021
     - premiere
  •  - premiere




Salle multimédia (MMR) de l'École de musique Schulich de l’université McGill | CIRMMT


Prevente 18$
Regular 28$
Reduced (Students, etc.) 18$

PASS Cross-Resonance
(access to the 3 concerts)*


*the passport price is automatically applied when adding the 3 concerts to the basket


Entry to the room will only be allowed on presentation of the vaccination passport.


This event will be presented with the respect of the rules of distancing, the wearing of the mask and the sanitary protocols: See the sanitary measures


Après le tremblement... is a co-produced by Le Vivier, EUNIC, and Duo AIRS as part of the event Cross-resonance 

Cross-resonance is a co-production of Le Vivier and the Montreal cluster of cultural institutes of the European Union member states EUNIC (European National Institutes for Culture).

The project was generously supported by the Franco-German Cultural Fund, the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, the Goethe-Institut of Montreal, the Consulate General of France in Quebec City, the Consulate General of Switzerland, the Istituto Italiano di Cultura Montreal, the Embassy of Spain in Canada and the Austrian Cultural Forum in Ottawa.

Event partner: Québecor - Media partners: Le Devoir, PAN M 360


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