We’ve got the final show of our inaugural off-season coming up on April 15th. It’s been such an amazing winter thus far with some truly unique talents in our midst. We’re excited to say that this show will be no exception. Vicky Chow, originally from Vancouver and now based in NYC, is a world-class performer.
Chow is here to perform an evening-length piece by buzzed-about composer Tristan Perich (who’ll be offering a free artist talk the same day at Halifax Central Library). Tristan’s work makes an elegant blend of mathematical precision and sensual flux. Surface Image, the piece in question, was written specifically for Chow and makes a perfect match for her incomparable talent. Like the mesmerizing minimalist works of Terry Riley and La Monte Young, it expands in sparkling layers, long form.
Opening the evening is local conceptual poet, Tonja Gunvaldsen-Klaassen, performing an ‘off-grid grass chant’ inspired by quantum theory and written specifically for the evening.
The Spring Sounding.