Recent Concerts

2017

Australia

  • Jan. 19, Sydney Festival, City Recital Hall, Sydney, Australia. Performance of David Lynch Etudes on a programme featuring works by Nicole Lizee performed by the Australian Art Orchestra

2016

Europe

  • Dec. 3, Kwadrofonik Festival, Warsaw, Poland. Performance of David Lynch Études on a programme featuring the Hitchock/ Kubrick/ Lynch Études by Nicole Lizée
  • May 26, Classical: NEXT 16 Showcase, Rotterdam, De Doelen. Simple of Enquiry by Ann Southam (piano) with Machine for Taking Time by David Rokeby (video) https://www.classicalnext.com/net/piranha_arts_1/event/simple_lines_of

U.S.A. 

Tour of EarWitness programme (works for disklavier and image)

Canada 

  • Nov. 6, 13, 20, and 27, Earwitness Studio, Toronto. Performances of WU by Rudolf Komorous.
  • Oct. 5, Wilfred Laurier University, Robert Lange Art Gallery. performance of Surface Tension in celebration their new gallery space.

Tour of EarWitness programme (works for disklavier and image)

2015

  • Oct. 16 – 18, Intimate Music in an Intimate Space,  Small World Music Centre, Artscape Youngplace, Toronto. Solo concert and CD launch of“Thought and Desire”,  by Linda Catlin Smith. World premières of works by Nick Storring and John Sherlock.
  • April 10, Array Space, Toronto. Celebration of the music of John Mark Sherlock. The music of John Mark Sherlock
  • Jan. 22, CAPACOA conference CNMN showcase, Halifax.
    Ann Southam’s Simple Lines of Enquiry alongside David Rokeby’s Machine for Taking Time

Western Canada Tour:

2014

Western Canada Tour:

2013

2012

2011

2010

2009

  • April 30, 2009
    World première performance of a new concerto by Maria de Alvear – Eve Egoyan, piano soloist, with the Kitchener Waterloo Symphony.
    http://www.kwsymphony.on.ca.
  • May 2, 2009
    World première performance of a newly commissioned collaborative work for disklavier and real-time image – music performed and created by Eve Egoyan and visuals by David Rokeby. View a video of the performance. Open Ears Festival
    http://www.openears.ca/
  • May 30, 2009
    CD release concert and world première performance of Ann Southam’s “Simple Lines of Enquiry”, an hour-long work for solo piano. Enwave Theatre, Queen’s Quay, Toronto. 

2008

  • 20 March, 2008
    Vancouver New Music “Maps of Shadows”. Inner Cities by Alvin Curran. Scotiabank Dance Centre.
  • June 11, 2008
    Musicworks and EMF presenting HPSCHD by John Cage. Ontario College of Art and Design, Toronto.
  • 28 September, 2008
    Alvin Curran’s “Inner Cities” shared with New York based pianist Kathy Supove. Judson Memorial Church, New York. Presented by NWF.
  • 26 October, 2008
    Norman Burgess Fundraiser concert. L.C. Smith’s “Velvet” for two pianos with pianist Gregory Oh. Gallery 345, Toronto.
  • 7 November, 2008
    Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber Music Society. Mixed programme. 57 Young Street, West, in Waterloo, Ontario.
  • 25 and 25 November, 2008
    Huddersfield Festival, England. Small solos and quintet by James Tenney with the Bozzini Quartet.
  • 9 December, 2008
    Music Toronto. Mixed programme. St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts.

2007

  • 21 and 22 April, 2007
    Victoria Symphony Orchestra “New Currents Festival”, McPherson Playhouse, Victoria, B.C. Tania Miller, conductor. Ann Southam Figures, Rudolf Komorous The Seven Sides of Maxine’s Silver Die and the world première of Clear Energy by Maria de Alvear.
  • 25 January, 2007
    Centro Cultural de Belém, Lisbon, Portugal. “Dias da Música”.
  • 13 May, 2007
    The Stone, New York. Eve Egoyan (piano), Anne Bourne (cello) and Fred Frith (electric guitar).
  • 20 October, 2007
    Glenn Gould Studio, Toronto. The complete “Inner Cities” by Alvin Curran.
  • 26 October, 2007
    Art Gallery of Hamilton, 123 King Street West, Hamilton. “Asking” by Maria de Alvear.
  • 8 November, 2007
    Mutable Music series, New York. “Asking” CD launch concert.
  • 23 November, 2007
    Maureen Forrester Recital Hall, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo. “In Memoriam: James Tenney”.
  • 24 November, 2007
    Music Gallery, Toronto. “In Memoriam: James Tenney”.

Recordings

  • November 8, 2007
    “Asking” by Maria de Alvear. Released internationally on Mode Records.  Recorded December 2007 to be released in 2008.
  • “Simple Lines of Enquiry” by Ann Southam.

2006

  • 22 February, 2006
    Glenn Gould Studio.
    World première Ballad, a new work for cello and piano, by Linda Catlin Smith. Andrew Smith, cello, and Eve Egoyan, piano.
  • 6 April, 2006
    Glenn Gould Studio
    CD launch concert, Weave and Asking (limited edition of 100 prior to its release on Mode Records in 2007).

Recordings

  • “Asking” by Maria de Alvear. To be released internationally on Mode Records in 2007.
  • “Weave” (EVE0106). Works by Martin Arnold, James Tenney, Jo Kondo and Michael Finnissy. Funded by the Ontario Arts Council, FACTOR and the Canada Council for the Arts.

2005

  • Toronto. April 14, 2005
    Women’s Musical Club, at Walter Hall, Edward Johnson Building, University of Toronto, 80 Queen’s Park
  • Friday, May 13, 2005
    Eve Egoyan’s Recital & CD launch of Wu by Rudolf Komorous, Glenn Gould Studio, Canadian Broadcasting Centre, Toronto
  • 14 May, 2005
    Guelph Spring Festival. Harcourt United Church, Guelph. www.guelphspringfestival.org
    Works by Satie, Tanaka, Komitas, Nørgård, and Evangelista.
  • 15 May, 2005
    Benefit Concert for Bolsahay Foundation,Aram Khatchaturian Hall, Montreal. Works by Evangelista, Komitas and Satie.
  • May 21, 2005
    Music Umbrella, Toronto. Eastminster United Church, Toronto
    Works by Evangelista, Komitas, Satie, Tanaka and Nørgård
  • May 28, 2005
    Distillery Jazz Festival
    Maria de Alvear’s Asking.

Recordings 2005

  • “WU” (Candareen Records). Rudolf Komorous.

2004

  • 11 November, 2005
    Hysteria Festival, Buddies in Bad Times Theater, Toronto. Asking by Maria de Alvear.
  • 5 September, 2005
    The Music Room, Halifax, NS. Works by Maria de Alvear, José Evangelista, Karen Tanaka, and James Tenney.
  • 1 September, 2005
    Festival Domaine Forget. Charlevoix, QC. Works by Maria de Alvear, José Evangelista, Karen Tanaka, and James Tenney.
  • 28 August, 2005
    Jusqu’aux oreilles Festival, Christ Church Cathedral, Montreal. Works by Maria de Alvear and José Evangelista.
  • 9 July, 2005
    Sound Symposium, St. John’s, Newfoundland. World première by Gayle Young and works by Maria De Alvear, José Evangelista, Karen Tanaka, and James Tenney. Recorded by CBC Radio “Two New Hours”.
  • 26 March, 2005
    Glenn Gould Studio, Toronto. CD launch, “The Art of Touching the Keyboard”. Works by José Evangelista, Per Nørgård, Stephen Parkinson, Ann Southam, Karen Tanaka, Judith Weir. Recorded by CBC Radio “Two New Hours”.

Installations

  • 4–24 October 2004
    Installation of The Blood-Red Heart of Johanna Darke at the Canadian Cultural Centre, Paris, with Gunilla Josephson

Recordings

“The Art of Touching the Keyboard” (Eve 0104). Works by Allison Cameron, José Evangelista, Per Nørgård, Stephen Parkinson, Karen Tanaka, and Judith Weir. Funded by the Canada Council for the Arts, the Ontario Arts Council, and FACTOR.

2003

  • St. Lawrence University, Canton, NY. Nuevas monodías españolas by José Evangelista.
  • 3 October, 2003
    Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber Music Society. Maria de Alvear: Asking; works by Karen Tanaka, José Evangelista, and James Tenney.
  • 16 September, 2003
    Analekta Showcase, Montreal. Nuevas monodías españolas by José Evangelista.
  • 8 May, 2003
    Live-to-air broadcast on KPFK-FM, Los Angeles. Works by Jo Kondo, Erik Satie, Karen Tanaka, and James Tenney.
  • 4 May, 2003
    Noise at the Library, San Diego Athenaeum. Works by Jo Kondo, Akira Nishimura, Erik Satie, Linda C. Smith, Karen Tanaka, James Tenney, and Judith Weir.
  • 30 April, 2003
    Pacific Rim Festival, Santa Cruz. Works by John Cage, Mamoru Fujieda, Jo Kondo, Akira Nishimura, Erik Satie, Karen Tanaka, James Tenney, and Judith Weir.
  • 10 April, 2003
    Glenn Gould Studio, Toronto. World premières by Martin Arnold, Mamoru Fujieda, Jo Kondo, and James Tenney; works by Linda C. Smith and Karen Tanaka. Recorded by CBC Radio “Two New Hours”.
  • 13, 15 February, 2003
    Edward Day Gallery, Toronto. World première of with grace by John Sherlock.

2002

  • 25 October, 2002
    P.K. Page Tribute, Trent University. Nocturnes by Erik Satie.
    Glenn Gould Studio, Toronto. World première of ERIK SATIE like anyone else by Michael Finnissy and of San Bernardo by Erik Satie, works by Erik Satie. Recorded for broadcast on CBC’s “Two New Hours” and “In Performance”.
  • 16 May, 2002
    Music Gallery, Toronto. Musicworks benefit concert. Works by Erik Satie.
  • 2 May, 2002
    Du Maurier Theatre Centre, Toronto. World première of Asking by Maria de Alvear. Recorded for broadcast on CBC’s “Two New Hours”.
  • 10 March, 2002
    Brandon University New Music Festival. Works by Komorous, Abram, Arnold, Cameron, Parkinson, Smith. 5 February.

Recordings

“Recoins (Hidden Corners)” (CBC Records MVCD 1153). Works by Erik Satie. Funded by the Ontario Arts Council.

2001

  • 22 November, 2001
    Massey Hall New Music Festival. World première of Figures by Ann Southam, with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Recorded for broadcast on CBC’s “Two New Hours” and “In Performance”.
  • 1–7 October, 2001
    New Works Calgary; University of Victoria; The Yew Tree Gallery, Gabriola Island. Works by Komorous, Abram, Arnold, Cameron, Parkinson, Smith.
    Music Gallery, Toronto. Works by Komorous, Abram, Arnold, Cameron, Parkinson, Smith.
  • 29 September, 2001
    New Music Concerts, Toronto. The Seven Sides of Maxine’s Silver Die, by Rudolf Komorous. 26 May.
    Soundstreams Canada. Lilacs by James Rolfe. Recorded for broadcast on CBC’s “Two New Hours”.
  • 17 April, 2001
    Other Minds Festival, San Francisco. Khaldis concerto by Alan Hovhaness, and world première of Inner Cities 8 by Alvin Curran.
  • 8–10 March, 2001
    Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber Music Society. Works by Erik Satie.
  • 4 February, 2001
    Music Gallery, Toronto. Works by Erik Satie. 2 February.

2000

  • 9–13 October, 2000
    Music in the Morning, Vancouver, five recitals. Works by Satie, Smith, Nørgård, Weir, Evangelista.
  • 6 October, 2000
    Edmonton Composers’ Concert Society. Works by Satie, Smith, Weir, Cameron, Nørgård, Evangelista.
    Ottawa Chamber Music Festival. Works by Smith, Weir, Nørgård, and Evangelista.
  • 31 July, 2003
    Soundstreams Canada, Glenn Gould Studio, Toronto. Crystalline and Crystalline III by Karen Tanaka. Recorded for broadcast on CBC’s “Two New Hours”. 9 May.
    Music Gallery, Toronto. Works by Bryars, Evangelista, Genge, and Palmer. Recorded for broadcast on CBC’s “Two New Hours”.
  • 5 May, 2003
    Canada House, London, England. Works by Curran, Finnissy, Smith, and Weir.
  • 12 April, 2003
    Music Toronto, Jane Mallett Theatre, St. Lawrence Centre for the Performing Arts. Works by Satie, Curran, Smith, Rolfe, Scriabin, Finnissy, and Longton. Recorded for broadcast on CBC’s “Two New Hours”. 7 March.
  • 30 January, 2003
    University of Victoria. Works by Satie, Curran, Smith, Scriabin, Finnissy, and Longton.

 

1999

  • 17–30 November, 1999
    Solo recital tour of the Canadian Atlantic provinces, Debut Atlantic. Nine concerts, in Antigonish, Wolfeville, Halifax, and Annapolis Royal, N.S.; Rothesay, N.B.; St. John’s and Corner Brook, Nfld.; and Labrador City. Works by Satie, Weir, Longton, Genge, Tanaka, Scriabin, and Nørgård.
  • 27 October, 1999
    CD release concert for “thethingsinbetween” (Artifact 019). Bravo! Studio, Toronto. For Cornelius by Alvin Curran.
  • 28 May,1999
    Solo recital, Music Gallery, Toronto. Works by Nørgård, Kondo, Tanaka, Southam, and Arnold. Recorded for broadcast on CBC’s “Two New Hours”.
  • 19 and 20 March, 2009
    Solo recitals
    Christuskirche, Cologne. Works by Arnold, Cameron, de Alvear, Finnissy, Parkinson, and Smith.

Recordings

“thethingsinbetween” (Artifact 019). Works by Alvin Curran, Michael Finnissy, Michael Longton, Linda C. Smith, and Stephen Parkinson. Funded by the Canada Council for the Arts, the Ontario Arts Council, and FACTOR.


With Chamber Ensemble

  • 18 May, 2002
    Rat-Drifting Series. Arraymusic Studio. Improvisations with Martin Arnold.
  • 25 April, 2002
    With Janice Jackson. Saint Cecilia Series, Halifax. Erik Satie songs and world première by Emily Doolittle.
  • 27 April, 2002
    With Janice Jackson. Music Gallery, Toronto. Erik Satie songs and new work by Emily Doolittle.
  • 5 March 2002
    With Michael Snow. Music Gallery, Toronto.
  • 7 June 2001
    With the RioT Trio. Glenn Gould Studio. Recorded for broadcast on CBC’s “Two New Hours”.
  • 1 August 2000.
    With Julie Nesrallah. Ottawa Chamber Music Festival.
  • 19 June 1999
    With the Gavin Bryars Ensemble, Victoria. All-Bryars program, including world première performance of After Handel’s Vesper version for solo piano.

With Dance

  • April 25- 29 and May 3 – 6.
    With Dancemakers. Premiere Dance Theatre, Toronto. “Absences”. Music by Bertrand Chenier.
  • 20–22 March 2003
    With Tedd Robinson and Mako Kawano. National Arts Centre, Ottawa. For Cornelius by Alvin Curran.
  • 21, 22 February 2003
    With Dancemakers. Grant McEwan College, Edmonton. Works by Erik Satie.
  • 16–23 November 2002
  • With Dancemakers. Dance International Festival, Cannes, and Sardinia. Works by Erik Satie.
  • 7–19 October 2002
    With Dancemakers. Premiere Dance Theatre, Toronto. Works by Erik Satie
  • 9-10 July, 2002
    With Dancemakers. Dancing on the Edge Festival, Vancouver. Works by Erik Satie
  • 7 June 2002
    With Dancemakers. Danse Canada Dance Festival, Ottawa. Works by Erik Satie.

Installations

  • 10–13 April 2003
    South London Art Gallery. Installation of The Happy House, video by Gunilla Josephson, music by Eve Egoyan. 2003 UK/Canada Video Exchange.
  • 7 September–24 November 2002
    Channel sound installation in collaboration with David Rokeby, for Memory City. Canadian pavilion of the Venice Biennale in Architecture,
  • Happy House sound and video installation in collaboration with Gunilla Josephson. The Toronto International Images Festival of Independent Film and Video, April 2003; “Home Show”, Art Gallery of Winnipeg, 19 September 2002–28 January 2003; Art System, Toronto, 8–23 June 2001; Art Gallery of Mississauga, Mississauga Civic Centre, 11 April–27 May 2001.

Recordings

  • “Weave” (EVE0106). Works by Martin Arnold, James Tenney, Jo Kondo and Michael Finnissy. Funded by the Ontario Arts Council, FACTOR and the Canada Council for the Arts.
  • “WU” (Candareen Records). Rudolf Komorous.
  • “The Art of touching the keyboard” (EVE0104). Works by José Evangelista, Karen Tanaka, Judith Weir, Stephen Parkinson, Per Nørgård, Allison Cameron. Funded by Ontario Arts Council, FACTOR and the Canada Council for the Arts.
  • “Recoins (Hidden Corners)” (CBC Records MVCD 1153). Works by Erik Satie. Funded by the Ontario Arts Council.
  • Excerpt of Asking by Maria de Alvear. Musicworks CD 84.
  • Rainbow Valley by Stephen Parkinson. Musicworks CD 77.
  • “thethingsinbetween” (Artifact 019). Works by Alvin Curran, Michael Finnissy, Michael Longton, Linda C. Smith, and Stephen Parkinson. Funded by the Canada Council for the Arts, the Ontario Arts Council, and FACTOR.
  • Featured Soloist, Four Compositions by John Abram. Six-Sided Records, Agon 002.
  • Featured Performer (solo and chamber), Edmonton Composers’ Concert Society CD.
  • Excerpts from Maria de Alvear’s De puro amor and En amor duro. Musicworks CD 68.
  • Works by Ann Southam. With Stephen Clarke, piano. CBC Records, Musica Viva MVCD 1124.