GLOBAL SOUNDSCAPES FESTIVAL - Concert #4|
The full Vancouver Inter-Cultural Orchestra takes the stage with guest conductor John Zoltek and visiting artists, to perform the world premiere of new works by Leslie Uyeda and Tomoko Fukui, the Canadian premieres of Kokoro by Rita Ueda and Phoenix Rising by Farshid Samandari, and Chidori No Kyoku (Song of the Plovers) by Yoshizawa Kengyo in an intercultural arrangement by Mark Armanini.
Featuring: Harrie Starreveld, (shakuhachi), Naomi Sato (sho), Miyama McQueen-Tokita (koto), Bic Hoang (dan bau), Mark Takeshi McGregor (flute)
With: Geronimo Mendoza (oboe), Milan Milosevic (clarinet), Mike Brown (bass clarinet), Jun Rong (erhu), tar, Saina Khaledi (santur), Geling Jiang (sanxian), Qiu Xia He (pipa), Jonathan Bernard (percussion), Domagoj Ivanovic (violin 1), Mark Ferris (violin II), Sarah Kwok (viola), Finn Manniche (cello), Mark Haney (bass)
ABOUT THE GLOBAL SOUNDSCAPES FESTIVAL
The VICOs annual Global Soundscapes Festival is a rich feast of sounds and rhythms, celebrating the intersection of Canadian cultures with musical traditions from all over the world. In 2019 the spotlight is on the instruments and traditions of Japan! We are excited to welcome international guest soloists Naomi Sato (sho), Harrie Starreveld (shakuhachi), Miyama Tokita-McQueen (koto), and Yuji Nakagawa (sarangi), alongside guest composers Tomoko Fukui from Tokyo and members of the Kyushu Okinawa Composers Association. These visiting artists will collaborate with a whos who of musicians, composers, and guest ensembles from BCs vibrant contemporary classical and world music scenes.
Connect across continents, cultures and centuries. Join us for some music without borders! Visit www.vi-co.org for details.
The Waterfront Theatre (View)
1412 Cartwright Street (Granville Island)
Vancouver, BC V6H3Y5
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