Alexandre St-Onge

March 25, 2003: Double Montréal Free! 4CD Launch

Thursday, March 13, 2003 In concert

Two concerts to celebrate the release of {electro/No Type/electro}{actuelle/No Type/actuelle}’s beautiful 4CD box set Montréal Free, a vital portrait of the bewildering free improv scene in Montréal. Be there Tuesday March 25, 2003 at La Sala Rossa and Wednesday March 26, 2003 at Le Va-et-Vient (3706 Notre-Dame Ouest) to rejoice with musicians Sam Shalabi, Alexandre St-Onge, John Heward, Philémon, Jacques Gravel, Jesse Levine, Will Glass and Nicolas Caloia.

February 14, 2003: Machines 08 at Méduse, Québec City

Monday, February 10, 2003 In concert

More than a technical challenge, Machines 08: “Le chemin des machines” is a wonderful networked improvised composition. 4 musicians live through the internet, 8 others scattered in strange places in the Méduse complex and 4 electroacoustic composers to spatialize the result on a loudspeakers orchestra. A prowess you don’t want to miss! With participating artists Diane Labrosse, Alexandre St-Onge, Steeve Lebrasseur, A_dontigny, James Schidlowsky, Julie Rousse, Raphaël Simard, Mathieu Lévesque, Jocelyn Robert (California), Kevin M Krebs (British-Columbia), the Frequenza_Minima duo (Italy) and in the main room composers Jean-François Denis, Gilles Gobeil, Marc Tremblay, and Louis Dufort. February 14, 2003 at 8:30pm.

February 20, 2003: Squint Fucker Press Album Launch

Monday, February 10, 2003 In concert

Exhibit, album launch and concert for the unrepentant Squint Fucker Press label. Cal Crawford will present his latest opus “sitting on theories on the frontier of extension” and Jonathan Parent will present his first CD, “Littérature,” Thursday February 20, 2003 at Casa del Popolo (Montréal). Moreover, Christof Migone, Alexandre St-Onge and Martin Tétreault will exhibit works from the serie “cover without a record.”

Sylvie Chenard’s oceans…

Monday, September 16, 2002 New releases

Two new publications for the multi-talented artist Sylvie Chenard. First, Océan pour la suite, on which she invited Maryse Poulin, Alexandre St-Onge and Martin Tétreault for a series of bruitists and engaged duets. Then, on Océan à vendre / For Sale, Sylvie Chenard and Jon Asencio draws strenght from all their resources to make us understand that it is time to protect ours…

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March 28, 2002: Twelve musicians in concert for peace.

Thursday, March 21, 2002 In concert

An exceptionnal orchestra of twelve of the most active musicians from Québec’s new music scene presents the “Peace Prayer for John Coltrane” concert, March 28, 2001 at Casa del Popolo (Montréal). Improvisers from all tendencies are reunited for a majestic night of music freely adapted from John Coltrane’s classic compositions “Om” and “Ascension.” With Jean Derome, Philémon, Lori Freedman, John Heward, Will Glass, Sam Shalabi, Andrew Dickson, Julie Rousse, Alexandre St-Onge, André Asselin, Nicolas Caloia and A_dontigny.