Upcoming Concerts

Gentle Traces: A Festival of Experimental Music
Mar. 22–24, 2018
James Bay United Church
$10 per concert

March 2018 marks A Place to Listen’s 50th concert milestone! To celebrate, we are organizing the three-day festival “Gentle Traces: A Festival of Experimental New Music,” featuring special guest artist Antoine Beuger (Germany) and the APTL Ensemble.

Thurs. Mar. 22, 2018, 7 p.m.
This concert will feature the world premiere of a new work by Kristy Farkas, alongside works by Antoine Beuger and other members of the Wandelweiser community. Performed by the full APTL Ensemble and Beuger.

Fri. Mar. 23, 2018, 7 p.m.
Guest artist Antoine Beuger is programming and performing this solo concert, which will be followed by an artist’s talk by Beuger.

Sat. Mar. 24, 2018, 2:30 p.m.
This concert will feature works that utilize text/poetry in various forms and include the world premiere of a new work by Daniel Brandes, as well works by Antoine Beuger. Performed by Antoine Beuger and APTL Ensemble members Daniel Brandes, Laura Brandes, and Kristy Farkas.

Visit festival web page for more information.

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Wed. Apr. 18, 2018
7 p.m. James Bay United Church
$10

Cathy Fern Lewis (voice) and Christopher Reiche Boucher (piano) join together to push the boundaries of song featuring works by Linda Catlin Smith (Canada), Björk (Iceland), and others.

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APTL Ensemble Performs Works by Liszt, Svirsky & Friedman
Wed. May 16, 2018
7 p.m. James Bay United Church
$10

Nathan Friedman (clarinet), Emily MacCallum (violin), Christopher Reiche Boucher (piano), and Daniel Brandes (piano) will perform Romance oubliée S.132a (1880) by Franz Liszt (Hungary), Trauergondel by Leo Svirsky (USA/Netherlands), and the world premiere of l’œ by Nathan Friedman (Canada)—a new work dedicated to the APTL Ensemble.