Cinq à Sept
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Geoffrey Conquer, piano
Morgan-Paige Melbourne, piano
Students from The Glenn Gould School
The annual 21C Music Festival Cinq à Sept features a world premiere by Japanese-Canadian Kotoka Suzuki along with the Canadian premiere of her Shimmer, Tree for piano and electronics; pianist Morgan-Paige Melbourne performing “Warrior” and “Memories In An Ancient Garden” from Scenes From a Jade Terrace by Toronto-based composer Alexina Louie; pianist Geoffrey Conquer, Rebanks Fellow at The Royal Conservatory, playing Piano Etudes by Korean composer Unsuk Chin, one of contemporary music’s most sought-after creators; the Canadian premiere of Aaron Parker’s fun minimalist work warehouse for ensemble and electronics featuring students of The Glenn Gould School; as well as the VC2 cello duo (Amahl Arulanandam and Bryan Holt) performing Raphael Weinroth-Browne’s Triumvirate.
Raphael Weinroth-Browne: Triumvirate
Kotoka Suzuki: title TBD (world premiere)
Kotoka Suzuki: Shimmer, Tree (Canadian premiere)
Alexina Louie: “Warrior” and “Memories In An Ancient Garden” from Scenes From a Jade Terrace
Unsuk Chin: Piano Etudes
Aaron Parker: warehouse (Canadian premiere)
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21C 2017 KOERNER HALL CONCERT PASS: $149
21C 2017 FULL FESTIVAL PASS*: $179
*Full Festival Passes include a choice of Canadian Art Song Project OR Cecilia String Quartet on May 25.
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