- Radius at the Telus Studio Theatre
Presented by Turning Point Ensemble and The Nu:BC Collective in partnership with the Chan Centre
The Nu:BC Collective and Turning Point Ensemble share the stage for “Superimposition,” an inventive evening of instrumental music featuring a new concerto for flute, cello, and piano by acclaimed composer Aaron Gervais, commissioned by the Chan Centre.
This sonically diverse and layered program also includes the premiere of a striking concerto by John Oliver for saxophone virtuoso Julia Nolan. TPE adds the jazzy and spirited Choros No. 7 by Heitor Villa-Lobos and Nu:BC presents a new arrangement of Ana Sokolovic’s “Portrait parle” and a premiere by UBC’s Dorothy Chang.
Described as “a dream gift” (The Vancouver Sun), The Nu:BC Collective brings together flutist Paolo Bortolussi, cellist Eric Wilson and pianist Corey Hamm. The award winning Turning Point Ensemble, led by conductor an Artistic Director Owen Underhill, is known for its outstanding musicianship, innovative programming and bold multidisciplinary collaborations.
COMPOSER ROUNDTABLE AT THE CANADIAN MUSIC CENTRE
Thursday, April 28 at 5:30 PM
Canadian Music Centre , 837 Davie St., Vancouver. FREE
The Canadian Music Centre BC Region presents a FREE roundtable panel discussion with composers Dorothy Chang, Aaron Gervais and John Oliver, moderated by CMC BC Director Sean Bickerton. The panel will focus on new works composed for the upcoming SUPERIMPOSITION concerts. Click here for more info on this panel discussion