Wednesday, March 1, 20237:00 pm
- In person
A musical journey through spirituality!
This concert is born from conversations between Simon Bertrand and Isak Goldschneider around a conceptual line resulting from a shift in spiritual thought from the collective to the individual. Tremblay represents spirituality as a community and religious phenomenon and, at the opposite pole, Feldman for whom it is an individual and unspeakable expression. In between, a work by Simon Bertrand echoes Zen Buddhism, while one of Arvo Pärt’s iconic pieces completes this panorama rife with mystical fervour.
Marina Thibeault, viola
Natsuki Hiratsuka, piano, celesta
Noam Bierstone, percussion
Cameron Crozman, cello
Voces Boreales, choir
Andrew Gray, conductor
Isak Goldschneider, musical direction
- Cèdres en voiles (Thrène pour le Liban) (1989), 10:00cello
- Fratres (1977-80), 12:00viola and piano
- Premiereviola and tibetan singing bowls
- Rothko Chapel (1971), 30:00chorus, viola, celesta and percussion
Coproduction Montréal/New Musics and Innovations en concert.