CROSS-RESIDENCY • musical residencies and creations Quebec/Europe

Strings • Creation • Cross-residency

Strings • Creation • Cross-residency

In the framework of Cross-residency - musical residencies and creations Quebec/Europe, In a performance full of imagination and originality, the ensemble, under the direction of Isak Goldschneider, performs works by two of Quebec's most innovative emerging composers.

Émilie Girard-Charest's Intimités expands the ensemble's sonic landscape through imaginative use of extended techniques and microtonality. James O'Callaghan, acclaimed for his "great mastery of materials and musical form" (Electromania, Radio France) presents a new work that showcases his talent through orchestral color and texture. Works for solo cello by French composers Mark Andre and Jean-Luc Hervé, performed by Émilie Girard-Charest, will complete the program. A concert of contrasts, inventiveness and originality not to be missed!

The Montreal-based ensemble Novarumori has been noted in recent years for the Quebec premieres of works by Gavin Bryars and Julius Eastman, as well as Still Listening: A Tribute to Pauline Oliveros.





Tanna Schulich room | McGill University


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

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


*the pass price is automatically applied when adding the 3 concerts to the shopping cart


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


Novarumori is a co-produced by Le Vivier, EUNIC, Innovations en concert (IEC) and Ensemble Novarumori as part of the Résonance croisée event.

This show was produced with the generous support of the SOCAN Foundation.

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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