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Electrospectives

by Ensemble Resonance

The ensemble is dedicated to performing new works which integrate acoustic & electroacoustic music with multimedia elements.
Genre: Avant Garde: Classical Avant-Garde
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1. A Great Arch Softening the Mountains
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2. Braga
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3. In the Angle
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4. Lü
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5. Shadows Ii
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6. Hailstorm
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7. Triple Riffing
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Ensemble Resonance is a new music chamber ensemble made up of soprano Michelle Todd, violinist Brinna Brinkerhoff, clarinetist Stan Climie and pianist Colleen Athparia. The ensemble is dedicated to performing new works which integrate acoustic & electroacoustic music with multimedia elements. It was formed in 1996 by composers David Eagle and Hope Lee to present a multimedia concert entitled one thousand curves ten thousand colours. The ensemble has presented new music to enthusiastic audiences in Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Lethbridge and Taipei as well as commissioning many new works by Canadian composers such as Laurie Radford, Michael Matthews, David Eagle, Hope Lee, Allan Bell, Quenten Doolittle and Robert Rosen. All are accomplished chamber musicians with broad experience in performing contemporary and modern works as well as being active teachers. Ensemble Resonance has also been guest ensemble-in-residence at the 2001 and 2002 CanTai Festival in Taipei, performing new works from Canada and Taiwan.

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