Surface Tension by Eve Egoyan and David Rokeby (5 minute excerpt)

Surface Tension is a collaborative interdisciplinary work for disklavier (a piano with a computer interface) and interactive video created by pianist Eve Egoyan and artist David Rokeby.

Eve’s recordings of Maria de Alvear’s De Puro Amor and En Amor Duro will be released this spring in Toronto on APRIL 14

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Huddersfield Festival reviews

Huddersfield Festival reviews

Alongside those scores, Catlin Smith’s music seemed joyously straightforward. Eve Egoyan played two of her piano pieces – The Underfolding,...

Simple Lines of Enquiry and Machine for Taking Time

Upcoming performances Canada and Beyond

 November 8. ISCM (International Society for Contemporary Music) World New Music Days 2017. Vancouver. November 18. Huddersfield Contemporary Music...

Australian tour reviews of Eve performing Nicole Lizée

Australian tour reviews of Eve performing Nicole Lizée

David Lynch Etudes… incorporated the most successful marriage of music and image I have encountered. Ever. Neither was subservient to...

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Amazing reviews for Thought and Desire

REVIEWS of EVE EGOYAN’s most recent disc: Musicworks Magazine  – Julian Cowley In his “Sonnet 45” William Shakespeare muses on thought...

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Egoyan’s take on new works is stunning…Egoyan’s remarkable playing balanced that delicacy with intense focus, holding all in a net…the spaces in between the notes were still charged with presence…I even found myself confusing sound with touch…so convincingly had Egoyan restitched our reference points. – The Globe and Mail