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2014-2015

September 2014 - August 2015

Event SOLD OUT - Le temps et l'écume (MMR, New Music Building, McGill University (527 Sherbrooke St. West), du 20/10/2014 19:30 au 20/10/2014 21:00)
McGill Contemporary Music Ensemble directed by Guillaume Bourgogne plays works from spectral-influenced composers.
Event Beta Lyrae & City? (MMR, New Music Building, McGill University (527 Sherbrooke St. West), du 27/11/2014 19:30 au 27/11/2014 21:00)
Works by Terri Hron, Cléo Palacio-Quintin, Sandeep Bhagwati, and Patrick Saint-Denis.
Event Le NUBI: Concert 1 (Tanna Schulich Hall, New Music Building, McGill University (527 Sherbrooke St. West), du 26/02/2015 21:00 au 26/02/2015 22:30)
The McGill Contemporary Music Ensemble, directed by Guillaume Bourgogne, performs works by Lévy, Penha, Lanza, Mochizuki, and Gatinet as part of the Montreal New Music (MNM) Festival 2015.
Event Le NUBI: Concert 2 (MMR, New Music Building, McGill University (527 Sherbrooke St. West), du 28/02/2015 21:00 au 28/02/2015 22:30)
The McGill Contemporary Music Ensemble, directed by Guillaume Bourgogne, performs works by Lévy, Penha, Lanza, Mochizuki, and Gatinet as part of the Montreal New Music (MNM) Festival 2015.
Event Tacoma Narrows Monochord & Corpus Alienum (MMR, New Music Building, McGill University (527 Sherbrooke St. West), du 23/04/2015 19:30 au 23/04/2015 21:00)
Aiyun Huang and Ciao Rhino perform works with live electronics and video
Event Zellen-Linien (MMR, Elizabeth Wirth Music Building, McGill University (527 Sherbrooke St. West), du 09/05/2015 19:00 au 09/05/2015 20:30)
This concert is part of the Journées d’Informatique Musicale (JIM) 2015 conference from May 7th to May 9th. || Ce concert fait partie des Journées d’Informatique Musicale (JIM) 2015 du 7 mai au 9 mai.
Event OSM - Temps et Espace (Maison Symphonique, Place-des-Arts, 1600 Saint Urbain, du 16/05/2015 20:00 au 16/05/2015 22:00)
Whether due to the invention of printing or to the way in which man saw the world around him, the Renaissance was characterized by tremendous intellectual and cultural ferment. Music too was affected, including the development of the organ. A program inspired by the riches of this period, including a multidisciplinary premiere by Tod Machover based on the essays of Montaigne.
Event Acousmatic Creations (MMR, Elizabeth Wirth Music Building, McGill University (527 Sherbrooke St. West), du 11/06/2015 19:30 au 11/06/2015 21:00)
live@CIRMMT presents an acousmatic concert in collaboration with Ina-GRM, Akousma, and Le Vivier.
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