SOUNDSTREAMS SALON 21

  1. Governor General Award-winning sound artist, composer, and Canadian media artist Gordon Monahan performs and speaks about his work, Piano Mechanics. In this piece, the acoustical properties of the piano are explored. The piano is not treated as a traditional concert instrument, but rather as a machine for the synthesis of sound. Get ready for acoustical sounds you’ve never heard from a piano before!

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  2. Performance of Eric Satie's Tapisserie en Fer Forgé.

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  3. The Element Choir, led by Christine Duncan was one of our guest at Salon 21 on January 17, 2014.

    The Element Choir draws singers from a broad spectrum of styles, from concert sopranos to singer songwriters to sound poets to Japanese folk singers, composers and musicians. Christine Duncan and the Element Choir have developed quite a language of sound to draw from improvisation. The group works with both structured and non-structured elements, based primarily on a system of conduction cues. As an ensemble they explore textural and timbral sound qualities, soundscapes, rhythmic patterns, sound poetry, musical genre interplay, and extended voice techniques.

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  4. Daveed Goldman and Nobu Adilman, directors of Choir! Choir! Choir! lead the participants at Salon 21 in a spirited performance.

    Choir! Choir! Choir! is a no-commitment community choir based in Toronto. Co-founded in 2011 by Nobu Adilman and Daveed Goldman, the group meets twice weekly in downtown bars to belt out pop classics. Nobu and Daveed recently launched C!C!C! minor, a choir for kids, tweens, and teens. Find out more about Choir! on their website: choirchoirchoir.com

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  5. Estonian composer Arvo Pärt has created a musical language that mixes post-modernism, spirituality, consonance and beauty. His work is explored in discussion with Mark Vuorinen, choral conductor and scholar of Estonian music, and through performances of several of Pärt’s seminal vocal works.

    Performers:
    Michelle DeBoer, soprano
    Diane English, alto
    Bud Roach, tenor
    John Pepper, bass

    Learn more about Salon 21 on our website: soundstreams.ca/salon21

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Soundstreams Salon 21 is an informal gathering of curious individuals to amuse and to educate through conversation and performance, giving our patrons access to creative artists and a sneak peek of upcoming Soundstreams concerts.

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