Re: NewOp8


Subject: Re: NewOp8
From: Ian Chuprun (ianc@sympatico.ca)
Date: Wed Jul 14 1999 - 18:03:45 EDT


 ...and in the same city at the same time (although in the evenings only)
Concordia University will be presenting concerts 5, 6 and 7 of EuCuE,
profiling works from Canada and the USA on a 20+ diffusion system. (more info
to follow).

Seems like the autumn will once again be FULL of ea! Yehaaaaa!!!!

Ian

Pauline Vaillancourt by way of thibaul@CAM.ORG (Alain Thibault) wrote:

> CHANTS LIBRES
>
> Invites you to
>
> NewOp 8 in Montreal
>
> November 10 to 13, 1999
>
> After Brussels, Antwerp, Colmar, Copenhagen, Toronto, Cambridge and
> Amsterdam, NewOp stops in Montréal. This edition is presented in
> association with Le Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal, the Festival de
> la Voix de Montréal, and the Washington-based organisation Opera America
> regrouping all the creative artists working in the field of musical theater
> in North America.
>
> Creation, voice and new technology
>
> A conference is a well, a source of new ideas, an opportunity to
> provoke...(Pauline Vaillancourt)
>
> The 1999 NewOp International Conference in Montreal will focus on issues
> related to creativity. Participants will find a place steeming with new
> ideas and an opportunity to challenge their knowledge of some of the
> following:
>
> … new technology: you will find workshops animated by new tech sound
> and visual specialists ;
>
> … content & form: video sessions and presentations of creative works
> in progress;
>
> … recent vocal interpretation techniques: you will find workshops
> given by well-known experts.
>
> These above all will be presented in the context of the Americas. You will
> meet composers, performers and study various works which form the
> historical base of contemporary musical theater in the Americas. If you
> have not had the opportunity to network, NewOp 8 support to start this
> networking. You will hear about projects, productions and contacts as well
> as creators, producers and distributors both local and from abroad .
>
> We have also scheduled in free time which you can use for private meetings,
> unplanned presentations and ad-hoc encounters! It is our wish that this
> meeting will provide an environment for creative partnerships, innovations
> and for new projects.
>
> So put these dates on your agenda right now! They are worth a little trip
> to Montreal, the Festival City.
>
> Pauline Vaillancourt, Artistic Director
> Lyse Richer, President of the Organizing Committee
>
> Inscription: CHANTS LIBRES
> 3641 Clark Street
> Montreal (Québec) Canada H2X 2S1
> *Temporary address until September 1st, 1999
>
> Tel: (450) 444-5517 Fax: (450) 619-0365 E-mail: vaillat@cam.org
> Web : www.chantslibres.org
> Inscription fees: $225. CAD ($175. CAD before August 31th)

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Ian Chuprun
ianc@sympatico.ca

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A propos de la: / Regarding the:
Communaute electroacoustique canadienne (CEC)
Canadian Electroacoustic Community (CEC)

http://cec.concordia.ca
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A propos de l': / Regarding the:
Université Concordia University

http://music.concordia.ca
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