Monday, March 21, 2011

Violinist Julie-Anne Derome Plays New Music March 24 in Toronto

Music Toronto Presents
Julie-Anne Derome, violinist Return Home
St. Lawrence Centre, Toronto
Thursday, March 24, 2011 at 8 p.m.



Born in Montreal, Julie-Anne Derome studied with Christopher Rowland at the Royal Northern College of Music, UK (1991- 1995), and with Mitchell Stern and members of the Emerson String Quartet in the USA (1995-1996). A winner of many awards, she has twice won the use of excellent violins from the Canada Council Musical Instrument bank - a rare accolade for a new music specialist. She has performed in recital, chamber music and with orchestras in Europe, the US and Canada, and has recorded for the Atma, Analekta and SNE labels. In 1998 Julie-Anne Derome founded Trio Fibonacci, a piano trio particularly recognized for its performances of contemporary repertoire.

Programme:
• David Eagle - Soundplay 2 for violin and electronics
• Yannick Plamondon -  La Fenêtre, for violin and tape (2004)
•  Serge Provost - Journal d'une enfant rêveuse...1935 for violin, electronics and live video
• Laurie Radford  - Tracking, for violin and live video (2009)
• Pierre Boulez - Anthèmes II, for violin and live electronics (1997)

Here's a video clip of Ms Derome working her magic with an Alban Berg violin concerto:



Tickets: $19 + HST ($21.47) - Student Tickets: $9 + HST ($10.17)
• Box Office: 416-366-7723 or 1-800-708-6754

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