PIVOT

by CONTINUUM CONTEMPORARY MUSIC

  • Saturday, 25 March 2017 from 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM (ADT)
  • The Music Gallery 197 John Street, Toronto, ON M5T 1X6

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Overview

Presented by Continuum, The Canadian Music Centre and The Canadian League of Composers, PIVOT features premieres from six emerging composers from the acoustic, electro-acoustic and acousmatic worlds, following their six-month mentorship with some of Canada’s most prominent composers.

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Presented by Continuum, The Canadian Music Centre and The Canadian League of Composers, PIVOT features premieres from six emerging composers from the acoustic, electro-acoustic and acousmatic worlds, following their six-month mentorship with some of Canada’s most prominent composers.

COMPOSERS

Rebecca Bruton* (CA), Maxime Corbeil-Perron* (CA), Juro Kim Feliz* (PH/CA), Beavan Flanigan* (CA), Evelin Ramon* (CU/CA), Bekah Simms* (CA)

MENTORS

Chiyoko Szlavnics (CA/DE), Jimmie LeBlanc (CA), Linda Catlin Smith (CA), Martin Arnold (CA), Martin Bédard (CA)

* World premiere

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The Music Gallery
197 John Street, Toronto, ON M5T 1X6

25 March 2017
Saturday, 25 March 2017 8:00 PM (ADT)

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Continuum Contemporary Music
300 Bloor Street West
Toronto , ON
M5S 1W3

About This Charity

Formed in 1985, Continuum Contemporary Music is committed to presenting and promoting contemporary chamber music through unique and compelling programming. Under Artistic Director (and ensemble percussionist) Ryan Scott and Operations Manager Josh Grossman, Continuum each year presents a series of diversely themed concerts, often involving interdisciplinary collaborations. Over the past 30 years, Continuum has been responsible for commissioning more than 175 new works from emerging and established Canadian and international composers; drawing from a collective of some of Canada's top contemporary music performers, the organization has earned international acclaim: De Telegraaf wrote "Ensemble Continuum performs magic with sound"; Bragbants Dagblad hailed the ensemble as "sublimely skilled".