Happy New Year! (Apparently I’ve been a bit busy and haven’t posted much…)
January 13 – (Friday), 8 pm at St. Marks in Kitsilano (1805 Larch Street.) Please come join us for an evening of chamber music with Couloir ~ Ariel Barnes, cello & Heidi Krutzen, harp ~The evening will include World Premieres of “Drifting Seeds” by American Baljinder Sekhon and “A monk, dancing” by Canadian Glenn Buhr, as well as performances of Jocelyn Morlock’s “Three Meditations on Light” and Nico Muhly’s “Clear Music” with special guest Maryliz Smith. Ticket prices $30, $23, $15 (regular/senior/student.)
January 15 – (Sunday), 7:30 pm, St. Philip’s Anglican Church – 3737 West 27th Avenue – J.S. Bach’s Musical Offering and Jocelyn Morlock’s Revenant will be performed by Soile Stratkauskas – flute, Arthur Neele – violin, Christopher Bagan – harpsichord, and Natalie Mackie – viola da gamba. Tickets at the door: $20 general admssion, $15 students/seniors
For more information please call: 604 224 3238 ext 302.
January 20 – (Friday), 8pm, Blusson Spinal Cord Centre, 818 West 10th Avenue – Redshift New Music Society…Redshift is celebrating their tenth anniversary (ten years to the day!) with a percussion extravaganza. New works by Kathleen Allan, Jocelyn Morlock, Jordan Nobles, James O’Callaghan, Alfredo Santa Ana, and Chris Sivak — performed by a pounding parliament of percussionists. (No, that ridiculous alliteration is not my fault.) Pieces by me on this concert are Hatch and I Love Paul Klee.