Jumpcuts: A Montage of New Music

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This past year or two has not made the presentation of new music easy for composers and ensembles. Our marvellous March 8 and 9 concerts are an overdue celebration of mostly Canadian new music, featuring works by Randolph PetersJulian GrantGabriel DharmooLarry Strachan, and Caitlin Broms-Jacobs (who has arranged Renaissance works for reed trio). We hope you’ll join us at this superb concert.

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The MCO also performs Larry Strachan’s Lament for the Souls of Sauteurs, a gorgeous neo-romantic work with echoes of Vaughan-Williams. Strachan, who conducted our 2020 concert with Slow Spirit and Raine Hamilton, is one of Winnipeg’s most eclectically talented music figures.

Program

  • Randolph Peters
    Luminous
    World premiere performance, Manitoba Arts Council commission
  • Julian Grant
    Jumpcuts
    World premiere performance, commissioned by the MCO with the assistance of the Canada Council for the Arts
  • Gabriel Dharmoo
    Sure until
    World premiere performance, commissioned by the MCO with the assistance of the Canada Council for the Arts
  • Various Renaissance works (arr. Caitlin Broms-Jacobs)
    World premiere performance, arrangement commissioned by the MCO with the assistance of the Canada Council for the Arts
  • Larry Strachan
    Lament for the Souls of Sauteurs
  • Timo Andres
    Running Theme

Date/Time
Date(s) - 08/03/2022 - 09/03/2022
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Location
Westminster Church

Price Range
$15-36

Event Artists
Julian Pellicano, conductor. Connie Gitlin, clarinet. Gabriel Dharmoo, voice

Phone Number
204-783-7377

Event Website
www.themco.ca/concert/jumpcuts/

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Types

  • Performance
  • Classification of ensemble/soloist

    • Classical music
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