Saturday, November 28, 20098:00 pm
- In person
Ensemble Chorum and Jocelyne Roy perform works by Debussy, Ensemble Chorum, Machaut, Mozart and Tremblay.
Getting to the heart of Gilles Tremblay’s spirit — the dynamic Ensemble Chorum presents three of the Québécois master’s works alongside major historical composers who inspired him. From Machaut to Debussy all converges around one clear point: a spiritual quest. Prepare for euphoria, contemplation and the proliferation of colour!
Jocelyne Roy, flute
- Sonate pour flûte, alto et harpe, L137 [Sonata for flute, viola and harp] (1915), 17:00flute, viola and harp
- Aubes (1990), 15:00bass flute, double bass and percussion
- Hocquetus David (1360)Arr. Ensemble Chorum2 oboes, 2 trumpets, tenor trombone and 3 percussions
- Croissant (2001), 18:00string quartet
Production Ensemble Chorum
The Ensemble Chorum brings together 12 high-caliber young musicians, united by a shared desire to reshape the concert format. Together they create events where diversity, rigour, and creativity are the order of the day.