Thursday, October 28, 20108:00 pm
Works by Dufort, Edwards, Garant and Gruber.
From an ironic Frankenstein depicted as “heroic scum” (Gruber) to an intense sonic drama set in the dark (Dufort); from threatening, ferocious instrumental noises (Edwards) to the suspense of an unpredictable musical narrative (Garant): Walter Boudreau and the Ensemble of the SMCQ, with the addition of baritone Simon Fournier and the musicians of Sixtrum and Quasar, present a terrifying grand concert for Halloween. And the strange thing is that, in this case, danger is dangerously appealing…
Zénith (1999), 14:31stereo fixed medium
Amuya (1968), 17:00flute (piccolo), oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn, trumpet, trombone, percussion, piano, harp, celesta, violins, viola and cello
Irons (2009-10), 13:00saxophones, contrabassoon, percussion and stringsPremiere
Frankenstein!! (1976-77), 28:00