Sunday February 12, 2017
8:00 pm Concert | 7:15 Pre-Concert Chat
Koerner Hall in the TELUS Centre for
Performance and Learning, the Royal Conservatory of Music
273 Bloor Street West
Adventure and discovery come with premiering new works. Along with the new pieces by Llugdar, Scime, and Rea, Evangelista’s Accelerando, being premiered by the Montreal Symphony Orchestra in November 2016, is also new. Nancarrow, famous for complex player piano pieces not playable by humans, is represented by an orchestral gem that can be performed by Esprit’s excellent musicians. Llugdar, composing as though she is inside sound, aims at expression through complex textures, many contrasts and extremes in the same piece. Scime’s piece is a new panel of a triptyque for Esprit.
|José Evangelista (Canada)||Accelerando (2016)|
|Analia Llugdar (Canada)||New Work (2017)**|
|Conlon Nancarrow (Mexico/U.S.A.)||Piece No. 2 for Small Orchestra (1985)*|
|John Rea (Canada)||New Work (2017)***|
|Adam Scime (Canada)||New Work (2017)**|
Alex Pauk - conductor
**World Premiere commissioned by Esprit
***World Premiere commissioned in collaboration with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra
Concert Sponsor: The Max Clarkson Family Foundation
Artists and repertoire subject to change without notice.