Lee Pui Ming

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.

June 21 – July 5, 2002: Live DAME musicians

Thursday, June 13, 2002 In concert

Many DAME musician will be performing this summer. First, the Fanfare Pourpour will take part in Saint-Fortunat’s incredible music festival, June 21 and 22. Then, at the Festival international de jazz de Montréal, L’Orkestre des pas perdus will play outside from July 3 to 7. Also playing during the festival at the museum of contemporary arts, Les Projectionnistes July 3 and world renowned guitar player René Lussier July 6. This edition of L’OFF Festival de Jazz de Montréal also proposes plenty of DAME-related shows. Jean Derome will play at Lion d’Or June 27, July 3 and 5. Pierre St-Jak June 27. Rouge ciel June 29. Normand Guilbeault with an hommage to Mingus July 1. Martin Tétreault and Pierre Cartier July 3. Lee Pui Ming in duo with Joane Hétu aith also the {nbio:derome_je}-{nbio:guilbeault_no}-{nbio:tanguay_pi} trio July 5. Go see them all!

February 23, 2002: Lee Pui Ming’s launches Who’s Playing

Friday, February 22, 2002 In concert

“Lee Pui Ming moulds piano and vocal into a gleeful avant-garde concoction that is all her own.” (Eye, Canada) Toronto resident Lee Pui Ming’s new CD, Who’s Playing, is a series of strong and invigorating piano, saxophone and voice improvisations recorded with musician and producer Joane Hétu. The album was launched at Toronto’s Music Gallery on February 23, 2002 with a concert the two performers and drummer Danielle Palardy Roger.