2005-2006 SEASON

Jeremy Bell, Artistic Director

Keyboard Review  | Sep. 17, 2005

celebrating the 20th anniversary of NUMUS (1985-2005) with one keyboard miniatures for each year of the last two decades
including works by Peter Hatch, John Rea, Elliott Carter, Kelly-Marie Murphy, Denis Bouliane
and a premiere by Jerome Blais
performed by Simon Docking, curator/piano; Cynthia Hiebert, harpsichord; James Parker, piano;
Heather Dawn Taves, piano

The Glass Orchestra | Nov. 5, 2005

featuring The Glass Orchestra
performing music composed for glass instruments

City Life | Nov. 18, 2005

featuring City Life by Steve ReichLes Fiançailles by Gavin Bryars & Géométrie sentimental by Ana Sokolovic
performed by The Canadian Chamber Ensemble
with motion graphics and video by Stefan Rose, Ian Birse & Laura Kavanaugh

MoEns | Jan. 12 & 14, 2006

featuring works by contemporary Czech composers including Michal Nejtek, Marek Kopelent & Martin Marek
performed by Ensemble MoEns:
Kamil Dolezal, clarinet/artistic director; Lenka Simkova, flute; David Danel, violin; Ludmila Sovadinova, viola;
Milada Strasilova, violoncello; Hanus Barton, piano; Miroslav Pudlak, conductor/keyboards

WAM-250 | Feb. 4, 2006

celebrating the 250th anniversary of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
featuring New Work by David WadleyWAM by Peter Hannan & Chamber Concerto by György Ligeti
and a screening of the short film M is for Mozart, score by Louis Andriessen

Quadraphonics | Jun. 10-11, 2006

a tribute to the life and work of Iannis Xenakis
featuring  Tetras by Iannis XenakisTriple Quartet by Steve Reich, the Adagio from Mozart’s ‘Dissonance’ Quartet
arranged by Jeremy Bell for four displaced quartets & a new work for two spatialized string quartets by James Harley

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