The next Mercredimusics will host Jean Derome and his guests Malcolm Goldstein and Martin Tétreault, on March 28, 2007 at Casa Obscura in Montréal. Listen to some audio clips of the new releases The Feeling of Jazz and Snipettes!.
The Fanfare Pourpour and the record label DAME warmly invite the public to the release party of the Fanfare Pourpour’s third album for the imprint monsieur fauteux m’entendez-vous?. Karusell Musik is a project devoted to the music of Swedish composer/accordionist Lars Hollmer. Seventeen pieces arranged by Jean Derome for the 20-piece orchestra Fanfare Pourpour. Almost unique! The CD launch will take place on Tuesday March 20, 2007 at the Lion d’Or in Montréal.
Improvising Montréal Series will host Malcolm Goldstein, Rainer Wiens, Gordon M Allen, Jean Derome, Clinton Ryder, and Pierre Tanguay… Phew! Great evening in the offing! See you at Casa del Popolo on Thursday March 1, 2007. By the way, you can listen to some of these artists on Ellen’s Bar.
Meet up with Espaces sonores illimités (ESI), Jean Derome, Bernard Falaise, Lori Freedman, Pierre Labbé, Diane Labrosse, Pierre Tanguay, and light designer Eric Belley in a musical improvised work entitled Spatio lumino. This performance will take place on Saturday February 24, 2007 at the Société des arts technologiques, in Montréal, as part of the opening show of the 3rd Montréal/Nouvelles musiques (MNM) festival.
We are looking forward to seeing the continuation of Treize lunes series, a complete show created by Daniel Soulières, Louise Bédard, Jean Derome, Antoine Berthiaume, and Lucie Bazzo. This time, 7 artists wil get together to howl at the moon: first, on Wednesday February 21, then on February 22, and on February 23,2007, very last chance to take part in this extraordinary event. The show brings together 7 artists of Danse-Cité and the Ensemble SuperMusique (you should go on SuperMusique website to check out where the performances will take place: url below). In addition, you may want to listen to the new album’s group Nouvelle musique d’hiver…