Moving freely between the avant-garde and traditional, Quatuor Bozzini have been called a group that “gets its teeth into music” (Irish Times). Lauded for its “intense musicality and immense sensitivity” (Musicworks), the Quatuor Bozzini seeks to bring together artists from different horizons – collaboration being the sinews of every artistic creation. The program features a new work for string quartet and tape by Bernard Falaise. Free artist chat at 7pm.
Single tickets - $25/$15; available from Sikora’s Classical Records (432 West Hastings), Tickets Tonight (604.684.2787 or www.ticketstonight.ca; surcharges apply) and at the door.
Pass for all 3 concerts - $65/$30; available only through Vancouver New Music (837 Davie Street or 604.633.0861) and at the door.
The Molinari String Quartet plays a selection of R.Murray Schafer’s String Quartets.
R. Murray Schafer is one of Canada's pre-eminent composers and is known throughout the world. In an era of specialization, celebrating his 75th R. Murray Schafer has shown himself to be a true Renaissance man. The Molinari String Quartet performs a concert dedicated to selected string quartets and presents his unique explorations of the relationships between music, performer, audience and setting.
This performance is part of Vancouver Vibrates – a celebration of the works and influence of R. Murray Schafer. For more information about this and other events go to www.newmusic.org.
Free artist chat 7pm; R. Murray Schafer will be in attendance.
$20 regular/$15 students and seniors; single tickets are available at Sikora’s Classical Records (432 West Hastings Street) through Tickets Tonight (www.ticketstonight.ca / 604.631.2872) and at the door. A pass for all three concerts is available for $45/$30 and is available only through Vancouver New Music (837 Davie Street or 604.633.0861).