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Sun, Jul 03

Anat Fort and Gianluigi Trovesi

Roundhouse - Performance Centre
$10

Time 1:30 pm

 

 
 

A rare opportunity to experience two of modern jazz’s most eclectic and masterful musicians in an intimate duo setting. A major figure in the Italian avant-garde, chamber jazz, and improvised music scenes since the late 1970’s, composer and clarinet maestro Gianluigi Trovesi is “a visionary spirit and a conceptualizer who reimagines jazz in vivid Mediterranean hues, dancing folkloric themes, and bursts of vivid color” (JazzTimes). A daring improviser, Israeli pianist/composer Anat Fort’s “reflective yet probing style” (New York Times) is “a skillful mix of the romantic and the cerebral, like watching a flower open; an enthralling combination of geometry and color” (Jewish Week). Watch for their new ECM album Birdwatching.

Thanks to the Italian Cultural Institute – Toronto, Consulate General of Israel – Ottawa and the Novara Festival – Italy

Part of the RHPC Weekend Pass, available for $32. The events included on this pass are:

Saturday July 2
1:30pm-2:30pm Mattias Risberg and Françios Houle
3:15pm-4:15pm Ron Samworth's Dogs Do Dream
5:00pm-6:00pm Georg Graewe
Sunday July 3
1:30pm-2:30pm Anat Fort / Gianluigi Trovesi
3:15pm-4:15pm Mammal Hands
5:00pm-6:00pm Matthew Halsall & the Gondwana Orchestra

($10 Single-show tickets available at door ONLY.)

 
 

Sun, Jul 03

Anat Fort and Gianluigi Trovesi

Roundhouse - Performance Centre
$10

Time 1:30 pm

 

A rare opportunity to experience two of modern jazz’s most eclectic and masterful musicians in an intimate duo setting. A major figure in the Italian avant-garde, chamber jazz, and improvised music scenes since the late 1970’s, composer and clarinet maestro Gianluigi Trovesi is “a visionary spirit and a conceptualizer who reimagines jazz in vivid Mediterranean hues, dancing folkloric themes, and bursts of vivid color” (JazzTimes). A daring improviser, Israeli pianist/composer Anat Fort’s “reflective yet probing style” (New York Times) is “a skillful mix of the romantic and the cerebral, like watching a flower open; an enthralling combination of geometry and color” (Jewish Week). Watch for their new ECM album Birdwatching.

Thanks to the Italian Cultural Institute – Toronto, Consulate General of Israel – Ottawa and the Novara Festival – Italy

Part of the RHPC Weekend Pass, available for $32. The events included on this pass are:

Saturday July 2
1:30pm-2:30pm Mattias Risberg and Françios Houle
3:15pm-4:15pm Ron Samworth's Dogs Do Dream
5:00pm-6:00pm Georg Graewe
Sunday July 3
1:30pm-2:30pm Anat Fort / Gianluigi Trovesi
3:15pm-4:15pm Mammal Hands
5:00pm-6:00pm Matthew Halsall & the Gondwana Orchestra

($10 Single-show tickets available at door ONLY.)