Posted on 30 Jan 2015 in sca eventConcert

Through Your Throat

New Music for Flute

16 March 2015, 8:00pm
Djavad Mowafaghian World Art CentreSFU Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, 149 W. Hastings, Vancouver V6B 1H4

Through Your Throat

March 16, 8PM
Djavad Mowafaghian World Art Centre 

"Sori" - Isang Yun 
"Shutters Shut and Open So Do Queens" - Evan Raczynski *† 
"Leia Checks Her Messages" - Ethan Parcell *† 
"fʌk fluːt " - Paul Paroczai *♠ 
"Through Your Throat" - Heather Stebbins *† 
"Beyond Semiotics" - Bethany Younge *† 
"In Early Dawn or Distance" - Ben Wylie *♠ 

* Commissioned by Leia Slosberg 
† Vancouver Premiere 
♠ World Premiere 

Performer Bio: 
Leia Slosberg is a dynamic young flutist based in Boston, MA. Committed to the performance of new music, she has performed dozens of premieres throughout her career and also performed at The Boston Conservatory's New Music Festival in 2014. Leia has worked closely with many young composers including including Felipe Pinto d'Aguiar Montt, Craig Davis Pinson, Ethan T. Parcell, and the composer collective CanvaSounds; additionally, she has played for Joan Tower and Louis Andriessen. Leia has performed at a number of venues across the country ranging from Carnegie Hall and Chicago Symphony Center with the Garfield High School Orchestra to the Lilypad in Cambridge, MA on the Acoustic Uproar Concert Series. Leia received her Bachelor of Music from The Boston Conservatory in 2014 as a student of Sarah Brady; she has continued her studies with Cynthia Meyers. 

Through Your Throat: New Music for Flute is a program of new works for the unique instrumentation of solo flute and spoken text. It is presented by Boston-based flutist Leia Slosberg in conjunction with the Simon Fraser University School for the Contemporary Arts and MFA student Ben Wylie.

The concert features four pieces by young composers from Boston, Vancouver, and Chicago, commissioned by Slosberg specifically for this unique combination. Alongside these works will be two recent pieces, also written for Slosberg, by Boston based composers Evan Raczynski and Ethan Parcell as well as the seminal flute solo "Sori" by Isang Yun. This will mark the Vancouver premiere for both the flutist and most of the pieces on the program. Slosberg is currently touring this program through Chicago, Vancouver, Seattle, and Boston.

22 April 2018

Weather Pattern #5

12:00am, Tickets at the door.
21 Apr 2018 - 28 Apr 2018
Offsite, Crab Park, 611 Alexander, Trans-Canada Trail