Modulus Saturday Night
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2011
HERITAGE HALL | 3102 MAIN STREET (AT EAST 15th, IN EAST VAN), VANCOUVER | Google map
Bar open at 2:00PM | Concert starts at 3:00PM
Couloir, the new duo featuring cellist Ariel Barnes and harpist Heidi Krutzen
Rachel Iwaasa, one of Vancouver’s most remarkable contemporary pianists
Gabriel Kahane, Brooklyn-based pianist, singer and composer who is redefining American music for the 21st century
Grey McMurray (guitars), Charlie Rosen (bass), Ted Poor (drums), Gabriel Kahane’s sensational rhythm section
Arneis Quartet, Boston-based winner of the St. Lawrence String Quartet’s John Lad Prize
Veda Hille, one of Vancouver’s best-known, and most-loved, singer-songwriters
Music on Main’s Modulus Festival closes with the debut recital of Canada’s newest duo, Couloir, followed by an unforgettable set by Gabriel Kahane with special guests Veda Hille and the Arneis Quartet.
Couloir is cellist Ariel Barnes and harpist Heidi Krutzen, two of Canada’s most expressive musicians. Their Modulus Festival performance features a world premiere by composer Jocelyn Morlock, a stunning piece of vituosity from Russian composer Valeri Kikta, and Nico Muhly‘s Clear Music for cello, harp and celeste.
Gabriel Kahane is a modern day troubadour, who makes and performs music that communicates honesty and without pretense. A multi-instrumentalist and singer, he performs a set of original tunes with the Arneis Quartet and is joined by Vancouver’s music legend, Veda Hille.
Three Meditations on Light (world premiere)
Sonata for Cello and Harp (2001)
with Couloir (Ariel Barnes, cello & Heidi Krutzen, harp) & Rachel Iwaasa (celeste)
with Gabriel Kahane (guitar, piano & vocals), Grey McMurray (guitars), Charlie Rosen (bass), Ted Poor (drums) and special guests Veda Hille and the Arneis Quartet
Gabriel Kahane’s appearance at the Modulus Festival is supported by Allison Hart.
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