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2017 Codes d'Accès-LMCML Events

The Asher/Goddard Duo: Workshop and Concert

As part of the 2017 LMCML we will be co-presenting two events alongside Codes d'Accès which will feature the Asher/Goddard Duo, an ensemble comprising of violinist Leah Asher (New York) and pianist Chris Goddard (Montreal).

Workshop for the participants of the LMCML
(free event, open to the public)

Graphic Scores: Bridging Aural and Visual Arts

Date: Saturday August 5th, 2017

Time: 6:30 pm

Location:
Concordia University, Molson Building
1450 Guy Street, Room: mb8.265 (8th floor)

Code d'Acces and LMCML co-present: The Children of Fire

Date: Sunday August 6th, 2017

Time: Doors at 8:30, concert at 9:00 pm

Location: Sala Rossa, 4848, boul. St-Laurent, Montréal (près du métro Laurier) 

Programme:

Leah Asher: Tomorrow and Thereafter (2017, Premiere)
for violin and piano

Chris Goddard: Winter Rings (2017)
for violin and piano

Iannis Xenakis: Dikhthas (1979)
for violin and piano

Eric Wubbels: "the children of fire come looking for fire" (2012)
for amplified violin and prepared piano

Tickets:

Regular $15/Student or Member $10
Tickets will be sold at the door

 

Leah Asher

Violinist/violist, composer, and visual artist Leah Asher is an avid performer of contemporary music and creator of new artistic works. Leah has performed throughout the U.S. and Europe with artists and ensembles such as Jennifer Torrence, Sanae Yoshida, Mary Auner, AJO ensemble, NOSO Sinfoniettaen, The Arctic Philharmonic, The Lucerne Festival Academy Orchestra, eighth blackbird, and The Rhythm Method. She has been featured as a concerto soloist with NOSO Sinfoniettaen and Oberlin’s Contemporary Music Ensemble. A passionate collaborator, Leah has worked closely with composers such as Lewis Nielson, Rebecca Saunders, Frederic Rzewski, Edward Hamel, Phillipe Manoury, and Christian Wolff. Leah served as solo violist of the NOSO Sinfoniettaen and co-principal viola of the Arctic Philharmonic 2013-2016 and joined as violinist of The Rhythm Method in 2016. Leah completed her undergraduate degree at Oberlin College and Conservatory, studying violin with Gregory Fulkerson, and completed her Master’s in Contemporary Performance at Manhattan School of Music, studying with Curtis Macomber.

Christopher Goddard

Christopher Goddard is a Canadian composer and pianist based in Montreal. As a performer and advocate of contemporary music, Christopher Goddard has presented dozens of premieres by his colleagues, appearing with new music groups such as Ensemble Moto Perpetuo, Columbia Composers, Penn Composers Guild, the Wet Ink Ensemble and others. He has participated in the Samos Young Artist Festival, the Avant Music Festival in New York and was a member of the Lucerne Festival Academy in 2013. He performed with TACTUS, the contemporary music ensemble at the Manhattan School of Music, while studying with pianists Christopher Oldfather and Anthony de Mare. As a composer, Christopher Goddard has been recently commissioned by the Royal Conservatory/Koerner Hall for the 21C Festival and by the City of Reutlingen. The Canadian League of Composers presented him with the 2015 Friends of Canadian Music Award to share with the National Youth Orchestra of Canada, who would later select him as their 2016 RBC Foundation Emerging Composer-in-Residence. The resulting work received its premiere in Lisbon and was broadcast on CBC Radio 2 and BBC Radio 3. Christopher Goddard holds a Master's degree in contemporary performance from the Manhattan School of Music, a Master’s degree in composition from Rice University, and is presently pursuing a Doctorate in composition with Professor John Rea at McGill University. He currently serves as Artistic Director of Ottawa New Music Creators.