Kronos Quartet with Special Guest Tanya Tagaq
About This Event
David Harrington, violin
John Sherba, violin
Hank Dutt, viola
Sunny Yang, cello
Tanya Tagaq, vocals
Hear the Canadian premieres of Nicole Lizée’s The Golden Age of the Radiophonic Workshop (Fibre-Optic Flowers), Mark Applebaum’s Darmstadt Kindergarten, Franghiz Ali-Zadeh new work Rǝqs (Dance), and highly-anticipated world premieres by the incomparable Tanya Tagaq commissioned as part of Fifty for the Future: The Kronos Learning Repertoire, called Snow Angel and Sivunittinni.The evening also features Tagaq and Kronos Quartet performing their own Nunavut alongside Fodé Lassana Diabaté’s selections from Sunjata’s Time, Aleksandra Vrebalov’s My Desert, My Rose, Geeshie Wiley’s Last Kind Words, Laurie Anderson’s Flow, and Mary Kouyoumdjian’s Bombs of Beirut.
To watch this concert’s Live at Koerner Hall livestream, go to: rcmusic.ca/livestream
PLEASE NOTE: The performance of Bombs of Beirut includes actual recordings of the sounds of warfare, including incoming missiles and the detonation of bombs, all at high decibel levels. These are loud sounds that continue for approximately four minutes. Audience members may wish to avoid this piece if there is any history of PTSD, anxiety disorders, or other psychological or medical conditions that would likely be exacerbated by exposure to such sounds.
Tanya Tagaq’s appearance generously supported by Joanne Tod
21C Music Festival Opening Night generously supported by Kris Vikmanis & Denny Creighton
The 21C Music Festival is made possible through the generous support of Michael and Sonja Koerner.
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