One-Page Score Project with the Plastic Acid Orchestra
28 January 2017: Rehearsal 4–6PM;
Performance Doors 7:30PM, concert 8PM at Pyatt Hall (843 Seymour Street)
NOTE: THE PERFORMANCE IS A FREE EVENT, OPEN TO THE PUBLIC – ALL ARE WELCOME!
Have you ever wondered what a picture sounds like in the hands of an 18-piece orchestra?
A series of new, one-page graphic scores come to life in the hands of the Plastic Acid Orchestra and guest conductor Giorgio Magnanensi.
Over the course of three days in January, community members from a range of backgrounds will learn about and experiment with graphic notation, sound, composition, gesture and figure to create their own One-Page Scores for the Plastic Acid Orchestra.
Join us on Saturday, January 28 at 8PM at Pyatt Hall to see and hear the results!
Compositions by: Graham Brown, Vilio Celli, Ian Goldman, Lance Lim, George McCutcheon, Dubravko Pajalic, Larry Popowich, Matthew Talbot-Kelly.
Plastic Acid Orchestra: Percussion –Katie Rife; Trumpet – Mark D’Angelo, French Horn – Holly Bryan, Trombone – Jim Hopson; Flute – Carol Dymond; Clarinet – Mike Brown; Oboe – Emma Ringrose; Violins – Elyse Jacobson, Molly MacKinnon, Meredith Bates, Zoe Robertson, Llowyn Ball; Violas – John Kastelic, Tony Kastelic, Genevieve MacKay; Cellos – Doug Gorkoff, Shin-Jung Nam; Bass – Michael Vaughan.
Ian Goldman • The Meditative Cycle 0:00
George McCutcheon • Relative (for PAO) 4:45
Dubravko Pajalic • OPS1 10:50
Larry Popovitch • Wound 15:55
Matthew Talbot-Kelly • 3 (sounds in a paper bag (for prepared orchestra)) 21:55
Vilio Celli • Armonia 26:40
Graham Brown • Unknown But Knew 36:35
Lance Lim • Faith in the DTES 44:05
Workshops took place:
21 January 2017: 11AM–4PM at The Post at 750 (110-750 Hamilton Street)
27 January 2017: 11AM–4PM at The Post at 750 (110-750 Hamilton Street)