New Music

Samir Odeh-Tamimi has developed his very own language in music which draws upon his intense involvement with both western avant-garde music and Arabic music performance practice.

Justin is a Vancouver-born, Denmark-based composer, researcher, and performer who has recently joined the Aalborg University as a Post-Doctoral researcher.  He has previously earned his PhD in music composition in the UK with Michael Finnissy, completed degrees in music composition at the Koninkl

Annesley Black (born 8 September 1979 in Ottawa, Ontario) is a Canadian composer. After studying jazz and electronic music at Concordia University in Montreal Annesley Black received her Bachelor’s Degree in Music (Composition) in 2004 from McGill University in Montreal under Bri

Canadian composer of chamber, choral and piano works that have been performed in Europe and North America.

Sylvie Lacroix is an accomplished flute soloist and chamber musician with a special emphasis on contemporary and new music.

The Neue Vocalsolisten established as an ensemble specializing in the interpretation of contemporary vocal music in 1984. Founded under the artistic management of Musik der Jahrhunderte, the vocal chamber ensemble has been artistically independent since the year 2000.

Born in Victoria BC in 1964, pianist Eve Egoyan has been interpreting new works since 1994.

Born and raised in Italy, Giorgio Magnanensi currently lives in Roberts Creek on the Sunshine Coast of British Columbia, Canada.  His diverse artistic practice includes composition, conducting, improvisation, circuit bending and video art.He is artistic director of Vancouver New

Gamelan Alligator Joy: New Works for Gamelan. June 6, 7p.m.

Friday, June 6, 2014, 7:00 pm

Genre: New music
Admission: $15 general, $10 students/seniors/members
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Victoria — On Friday, June 6, 2014, at 7:00 p.m., Gamelan Alligator Joy will present a concert of new works for gamelan at Open Space.
Gamelan Alligator Joy, the chamber ensemble incarnation of Gamelan Madu Sari, returns after a one-year hiatus with a varied new program of works, “Branching Out, Branching In,” composed by four members of the group and well-known guest composers John Oliver and Jon Siddall.

Vancouver’s oldest gamelan group, Gamelan Madu Sari, a.k.a. Gamelan Alligator Joy, has been performing traditional and new music, dance, and shadow play, as well as intercultural performance works for Javanese gamelan, for 25 years, starting with the SFU production The Gamelan Tempest in 1989.


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