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December 13, 2002: Derome — Frith — Tanguay

Monday, November 4, 2002 In concert

An infernal trio you just can’t miss! Part of the “SuperOption” concert series, saxophone player Jean Derome, renowned guitar player Fred Frith and percussionist Pierre Tanguay will play two nights in Montréal, December 13 and 14, 2002. Friday 13, they’ll launch their new CD with an electronic twist at La Sala Rossa (Montréal). They will then move to Le Va-et-Vient (Montréal) on Saturday 14 for an acoustic concert.

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November 8, 2002: NOMA records!

Monday, November 4, 2002 In concert

First of two weekends where NOMA invades La Sala Rossa (Montréal) for the recording of what will become their next album. Presented in part by SuperMusique, in the “SuperOption” concert series, the November 7 and 8, 2002 concerts will showcase, in addition to the usual NOMA musicians (Guy Kaye, François Chauvette, Al Bakulis, Rainer Wiens, Thom Gossage, Normand Guilbeault and Tom Walsh), Martha Wainwright and Michael J Browne who will sing the band’s latest songs (and a few surprises…).

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November 13, 2002: micro presents Ragù BOréal

Tuesday, October 29, 2002 In concert

The micro collective presents Ragù BOréal, a meeting between musicians from Bologna and Montréal held at the Cinémathèque québécoise (Montréal) from November 13 to 17, 2002. Ragù BOréal proposes 4 musical meetings between bolognese (Paolo Angeli, Andrea Martignoni, Mirko Sabatini and Vincenzo Vasi) and Montréalers (Bernard Falaise, Jean-Pierre Gauthier, Jean Derome, Jean René and Sam Shalabi). Also, don’t miss the CD launch of À chacun son dépanneur by Andrea Martignoni November 13, 2002 at 5pm.

October 24, 2002: Lee Pui Ming, Ikue Mori and Martin Tétreault live in British-Columbia

Thursday, October 17, 2002 In concert

Ikue Mori (percussions) and Martin Tétreault (turntables) worked together (with samplist Diane Labrosse) on the abrasive album Île bizarre. October 24, 2002, the duo will perform at the Vancouver New Music Festival and also October 25, 2002 at Victoria’s Open Space. Also performing at the New Music Festival, do not miss Lee Pui Ming piano solo on October 25 at the Scotiabank Dance Center.

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