Wednesday, March 3, 20108:00 pm
- In person
Works by Kawamura, Messiaen, Takemitsu, Traditional and Tremblay.
En route towards Asia: Gilles Tremblay rubs elbows both with works from the traditional Japanese repertoire and music inspired by this source. Between the song of the blackbird and the whistling wind, this is an invitation to a journey filled with poetry offered by flautist Yuki Isami and her collaborators.
- Hinamatsuri, 2:00koto
- Yamazakura, 5:00shinobue
- Le Merle noir (1951), 6:00flute and pianoKeiko Devaux, piano
- Voice (1971), 6:00flute
- Toward the Sea I (1981), 11:00alto flute and guitarJérôme Ducharme, guitar
- «… le sifflement des vents porteurs de l’amour» (1971), 13:00flute and percussionOlivier Maranda, percussion
- Oedo nihonbashi, 3:00guitar, percussion, piano, voice and shamisen
Coproduction Production Miyabi / MAI (Montréal, arts interculturels)
A sought-after soloist originally from Japan, Yuki Isami has mastered both the Western flute as well as several traditional instruments from her country.