Saturday, November 17, 20079:00 pm
- In person
Works by Burton, Dufort, Eggert, Heiniger, Oesterle, Roy, ter Veldhuis, Thibault and Vivier.
Come and discover electric… strings! In the space of an evening, the Bozzini Quartet will wed bows and loud speakers in a concert of truly surprising works. Be sure not to miss Claude Vivier’s Pulau Dewata in an orchestral version completed by composer Michael Oesterle, with real-time electronic synthesis by digital magicians Alexandre Burton and Julien Roy. Since it was first introduced in 2002, the Bozzini Quartet has repeatedly taken this work on tour — Let’s catch it while it’s on the move! But night owls had best stick close to the nest, because this night at the SAT has only just begun.
André Leroux, tenor saxophone
Blair Mackay, drum set
Robert Leroux, conductor
- Grab It! (1999), 9:45tenor saxophone and fixed medium [playback on “ghetto blasters”]André Leroux, tenor saxophone
- Waiting for God (1996), 15:00drum kit, processing and multichannel fixed mediumBlair Mackay, drums
- Miniatures II (2006-07), 15:00Premierestring quartet, processing and video
- Lamento V (2004), 15:00string quartet and fixed medium
- Pulau Dewata (1977), 12:00PremiereArr. Alexandre Burton, Michael Oesterle, Julien Roy, 2007 [original work]string quartet and processingBozzini Quartet, Artificiel (Alexandre Burton, Julien Roy)
- Symphony 1.0 (1997), 10:0012 typewritersAtelier de percussion de l’Université de Montréal; Robert Leroux, conductor