Evening 3 - Trio Geremia-Komty-Ricardo & trio Watanabe-Graham-Pagé : New Works
Centre des musiciens du monde presents

Evening 3 - Trio Geremia-Komty-Ricardo & trio Watanabe-Graham-Pagé : New Works

In-person Event
June 18th 2022
7:30 pm – 9:30 pm / Doors: 7:00 pm

5039 rue Saint-Dominique, Montréal, QC, Canada
For more information about this event, please contact Centre des musiciens du monde at info@centredesmusiciens.com or at +1 514-397-9226.

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FESTIVAL DES MUSICIENS DU MONDE 

Evening of June 18, 2022 - 7.30 pm

Part 1: Trio Geremia, Komty et Ricardo
New creation

Komty, Ricardo and Geremia explored the landscapes hidden in their mother tongues: (Maka’a, from the eastern province of Cameroun), Spanish and Italian. The emerging soundscapes are being compared, superimposed, remixed in the effort of retrieving a sense of home through moving in two opposite directions: tracing back to the origins of one’s own language while at the same time generating a new space of encounter with other languages. How, for instance, a Latin jazz groove will metamorphose when superimposed to Pygmy polyphony––the sounds of the deep equatorial forest? How do equatorial polyrhythms encounter the melodic vocation of the Italian language? In this concert, the languages will be used both for their poetic and musical power–original or taken from poems–, in the effort of driving strength from the very lands that generated them.

With:
Geremia Lodi (flutes & voice)
Ricardo Soriano (piano)
Komty Ondoua (voice)

Part 2 : Watanabe, Graham et Pagé - Tenjo No Ao

Tenjo No Ao, translated from Japanese, means ‘Azure of the Heavens’. This is the title of a bold new project featuring three unique musicians: Kaoru Watanabe, shinobue, ryuteki & Japanese percussion, Sarah Pagé, harp, koto & bass koto, and Patrick Graham, percussion. Tenjo No Ao is a manifestation of sounds alternately celestial and terrestrial, invoking gagaku and other traditional music of Japan, transformed through prisms of original composition, textural improvisation, acoustic spatialization and electronic manipulation. During this concert,, Kaoru Watanabe, Sarah Pagé and Patrick Graham will use the entire space of Église Saint-Enfant-Jésus as their instrument, creating an immersive sound experience that will resound both the ground beneath the audience and the sky above them…

With :
Kaoru Watanabe (shinobue & ryuteki flutes, Japanese percussion)
Sarah Pagé (harp, koto & bass koto)
Patrick Graham (percussion)

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Le Festival des musiciens du monde is made possible thanks to the financial support of the Canada Council for the Arts, the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, the Conseil des Arts de Montréal and the City of Montreal. The concerts will take place in the Saint-Enfant-Jésus Church in the Mile-End and is specially designed to welcome you in accordance to the sanitary measures in effect.

Information and conditions:

-Wearing of the obligatory procedural mask at the entrance, while you are travelling across the church and during all concerts. **according to the measures in force**

-Limited places.

-Tickets for concerts can only be purchased online at lepointdevente.com

- Doors open 30 minutes before the beginning of the concert.

- Seats are assigned during the purchase of the tickets on pointdevente.com

- If you are late to the concert, you might not be able to sit at the seats indicated on your tickets.

-A 20-minute break is planned between the two concerts

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FESTIVAL DES MUSICIENS DU MONDE 

Evening of June 18, 2022 - 7.30 pm

Part 1: Trio Geremia, Komty et Ricardo
New creation

Komty, Ricardo and Geremia explored the landscapes hidden in their mother tongues: (Maka’a, from the eastern province of Cameroun), Spanish and Italian. The emerging soundscapes are being compared, superimposed, remixed in the effort of retrieving a sense of home through moving in two opposite directions: tracing back to the origins of one’s own language while at the same time generating a new space of encounter with other languages. How, for instance, a Latin jazz groove will metamorphose when superimposed to Pygmy polyphony––the sounds of the deep equatorial forest? How do equatorial polyrhythms encounter the melodic vocation of the Italian language? In this concert, the languages will be used both for their poetic and musical power–original or taken from poems–, in the effort of driving strength from the very lands that generated them.

With:
Geremia Lodi (flutes & voice)
Ricardo Soriano (piano)
Komty Ondoua (voice)

Part 2 : Watanabe, Graham et Pagé - Tenjo No Ao

Tenjo No Ao, translated from Japanese, means ‘Azure of the Heavens’. This is the title of a bold new project featuring three unique musicians: Kaoru Watanabe, shinobue, ryuteki & Japanese percussion, Sarah Pagé, harp, koto & bass koto, and Patrick Graham, percussion. Tenjo No Ao is a manifestation of sounds alternately celestial and terrestrial, invoking gagaku and other traditional music of Japan, transformed through prisms of original composition, textural improvisation, acoustic spatialization and electronic manipulation. During this concert,, Kaoru Watanabe, Sarah Pagé and Patrick Graham will use the entire space of Église Saint-Enfant-Jésus as their instrument, creating an immersive sound experience that will resound both the ground beneath the audience and the sky above them…

With :
Kaoru Watanabe (shinobue & ryuteki flutes, Japanese percussion)
Sarah Pagé (harp, koto & bass koto)
Patrick Graham (percussion)

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Le Festival des musiciens du monde is made possible thanks to the financial support of the Canada Council for the Arts, the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec, the Conseil des Arts de Montréal and the City of Montreal. The concerts will take place in the Saint-Enfant-Jésus Church in the Mile-End and is specially designed to welcome you in accordance to the sanitary measures in effect.

Information and conditions:

-Wearing of the obligatory procedural mask at the entrance, while you are travelling across the church and during all concerts. **according to the measures in force**

-Limited places.

-Tickets for concerts can only be purchased online at lepointdevente.com

- Doors open 30 minutes before the beginning of the concert.

- Seats are assigned during the purchase of the tickets on pointdevente.com

- If you are late to the concert, you might not be able to sit at the seats indicated on your tickets.

-A 20-minute break is planned between the two concerts


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