Thursday, February 9, 20128:00 pm
Works by Giraud, Hartleben, Schoenberg, Sokolović and Tanzer.
From the German expressionism of Arnold (Schoenberg) to the imaginative works of Ana (Sokolović), a group of musicians invites us to forge an individualized, subjective understanding of this Québécois composer’s music. In this concert, musicians take full advantage of the space allowed and become the main characters of the evening. In so doing they set in motion a musical exchange between Ana and Ana, and between Ana and Arnold, with excerpts from the 1912 masterwork, Pierrot Lunaire.
Tanzer Lieder (2004), 15:00soprano, flute, cello and piano
Love Songs (2008), 40:00female voiceExcerpt
Danses et interludes (2003), 14:35piano
Vez (2005), 8:00cello
Pierrot Lunaire, op 21 (1912), 35:00speaking-singing voice (“Sprechgesang”), flute (piccolo), clarinet (bass clarinet), piano, violin (viola) and celloExcerpt
Coproduction SMCQ / Salons de l’Ombre jaune