Events

Black Ice Concerts – Fall 2018

Posted: September 17, 2018

Black Ice Sound is presenting 3 amazing concerts this fall. A new venture for Carmen Braden’s music company, these Black Ice Concerts bring contemporary, intriguing music to northern audiences. Many thanks to the partnering organizations for making this season happen! Outside – New North Collective – Oct 10 2018 NACC 7:30 A co-presentation with Folk on the […]

U of C Alumni Weekend Visit – music and insights

Posted: September 2, 2018

Saturday Sept 8 2018 – I’ll be on the University of Calgary campus as part of the awesome Alumni Weekend events! Come to the Eckhardt-Gramatté Hall at the Rozsa Centre, 1:45 – 2:45 and hear three of my chamber music pieces performed by U of C graduate students (School of Creative and Performing Arts shout-out!!) […]

Land’s End Ensemble – premiere “In the Marrow Lives a Woman”

Posted: June 1, 2018

June 9 2018 in Calgary! My new piece for piano trio and percussion, commissioned by The Land’s End Ensemble called In the Marrow Lives a Woman.  Featuring Tim Borton (percussion), John Lowry (violin), Beth Root Sandvoss (cello), and  Susanne Ruberg-Gordon (piano). Other works on the docket by Lesley Hinger, Mark Limacher, Omar Daniel, and Merlijn Twaalhoven, I get to come back to my old haunts at the Rozsa Centre, University […]

Sound Journal

Nahanni National Park

Spectacular NWT! A road trip from Yellowknife to Fort Simpson, then a day trip into Nahanni National Park. Along the way, baby buffalo running near Behchoko, birch trees playing coy amongst the spruce at Kakisa Falls, incredible views from a Beaver 172 float plane, forest fire spotting from the air, frogs, mosquitos, sandhill cranes, a […]

Norman Wells

A short trip to Norman Wells in the Sahtu region of the NWT  – oil town, population 800, an hour flight north of Yellowknife. The trip was an attempt to arrive in time to witness the break-up of ice on the mighty Deh Cho (Mackenzie River), but it had happened a week earlier. All that was left […]

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