Explorations in New Music Apr. 6 2019 @ 9pm – Lune Très Belle & Sarah Rossy Chamber Ensemble

LUNE TRÈS BELLE

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Artists:
Frédérique Roy – compositions, voice, piano, accordion // Simon Labbé – guitar // Gabriel Drolet – bass

Bio:
Lune Très Belle play soft songs written by Frédérique. They also occasionally play very old music in their own way. Their first album, Ô la lune, will be out in the spring 2019 through the Wild Silence label.

Listen to “Belle Fleur Grise” from their upcoming release here.

SARAH ROSSY CHAMBER ENSEMBLE

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Artists:
Sarah Rossy – voice,  piano & compositions // Tomo Newton – violin // Victor De Coninck – viola // India Gailey – cello // Claire Devlin – tenor sax, flute // Stéphane Krims – bass // Greg Kustka-Tsimbidis – drums

Bio:
Curious vocal melodies dance atop a lush world of strings, woodwinds and percussion to create a colourful soundscape and evocative narrative.  This concert will premier new compositions as well as showcase older works reimagined for the ensemble. Sarah is the recipient of the 2018 Eleanor Stubley Recording Prize for her explorations in gender- and genre-balanced music creation. Don’t miss this exciting event!

See a clip of the Chamber Ensemble in action.

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