Tarantino, Piano Hero

Tuesday, November 17, 2015
8:00 PM
featuring:
Miranda Wong (keyboard)
Mark McGregor (flutes)
Caroline Shaw (viola)
Charlotte Cumberbirch (vocals)
& The Music on Main All-Star Band:
Vern Griffiths, percussion
Miranda Wong, keyboards
Adrian Verdejo, electric guitar
Rebecca Whitling, violin
Ariel Barnes, cello
Mark Haney, bass

 

The Roundhouse
181 Roundhouse Mews | google map

Bar opens at 7:00 pm | Concert starts at 8:00 pm
General Admission seating. All ages welcome.

 

Join Music on Main for a super-fun night of music inspired by karaoke, film, and video games.

We’ve got Nicole Lizée’s Karappo Okesutura riffing off classic karaoke videos from the ’80s and ’90s. The North American premiere of her Tarantino Etudes features a death-defying sword fight between flute player and on-screen Uma Thurman. Stefan Prins won the ISCM Young Composers Award with Piano Hero #1, a piece where the pianist becomes a mere operator in a world of bits and bytes.  And Composer In Residence Caroline Shaw’s Limestone & Felt is a whimsical, mystical, generous world of sounds echoing and colliding in the imagined eaves of a gothic chapel.

It’s a concert that will make you laugh, applaud, and want to come back for more.

 

CONTENT WARNING
Footage used in this concert is rated 18A for explicit violence, strong language, and drug use. Persons under 18 years of age must view these motion pictures accompanied by an adult.


 

programme

 

Nicole Lizée (born 1973)
Tarantino Etudes  for bass flute and glitch (North American Premiere)
Mark McGregor, bass flute

Stefan Prins (born 1979)
Piano Hero #1 for midi keyboard, video, and electronics
Miranda Wong, keyboard

Caroline Shaw (born 1982)
Limestone & Felt for viola & cello
Caroline Shaw, viola & Ariel Barnes, cello

Nicole Lizée (born 1973)
Karappo Okesutura  for karaoke tapes, voice, and ensemble
Charlotte Cumberbirch, voice
The Music on Main All-Star Band (Vern Griffiths, percussion; Miranda Wong, keyboards; Adrian Verdejo, electric guitar; Rebecca Whitling, violin; Ariel Barnes, cello; Mark Haney, bass)

 


CONTENT WARNING
Footage used in this concert is rated 18A for explicit violence, strong language, and drug use. Persons under 18 years of age must view these motion pictures accompanied by an adult.

Tickets

Single Tickets $25 ($4.00 Tickets Tonight service fee not included). $10 students. Order online or call the Music on Main office at 604.879.9888.

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The Roundhouse is wheelchair accessible. Please inform Music on Main of any mobility needs when booking your tickets: 604.879.9888 or by email at info@musiconmain.ca.