Musica Intima – Vocal Ensemble

Event Details

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UBC Longhouse and Orpheum Annex

Musica Intima Vocal Ensemble launches its 2013-14 concert season with this land on October 26 and 27. Join musica intima for a spiritual journey through the natural world, as they give voice to the pattering rain, the swarming fog, the shattering ice.

This concert premiers two new commissions by BC composers Ed Henderson and Imant Raminsh in collaboration with the Stó:lō Nation. Using texts from Naxaxalhts’i’s retelling of an ancient transformation story, these pieces remind us of the fundamental threads that link us to our natural surroundings. Naxaxalhts’i, also known as Albert (Sonny) McHalsie, is the Cultural Advisor for the Stó:lō Research and Resource Management Centre.

Saturday, October 26, 7:30pm
UBC Longhouse
1985 West Mall, Vancouver

Sunday, October 27, 7:30pm
Orpheum Annex
823 Seymour St, Vancouver

Internationally renowned for their warm and engaging stage presence, impeccable musicianship, and unique perspective on ensemble singing, musica intima has earned a reputation as Canada’s most exciting vocal ensemble. Lloyd Dykk of the Vancouver Sun said “the flexibility and agility that are a function of their small size is partly what makes them so exciting.” But what makes musica intima truly unique is that they rehearse and perform without a conductor. In rehearsal, they exchange ideas freely while exploring their own musical creativity. In performance, they engage the audience with a spontaneity and freshness all their own.

Tickets available at www.musicaintima.org or 604.731.6618

Adult $35 | Senior $30 | Student $10
Groups of 10 or more get 15% off

For more information or to register as a reviewer, please contact:

Maria Pidgorna, Marketing Coordinator

604.731.6618 | maria@musicaintima.org

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