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Sat, Jul 02

Mattias Risberg and François Houle

Roundhouse - Performance Centre
$10

Time 1:30 pm

 

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Swedish pianist Mattias Risberg has collaborated with an array of great European improvisers, including Fredrik Ljungkvist, Mats Äleklint, Joe Williamson, and Raymond Strid. His otherworldly sonic explorations span jazz, improv, art-rock, and contemporary classical worlds. Vancouver’s François Houle is “a spectacularly versatile clarinetist who appears to have no limitations stylistically or sonically” (LA Times). Co-founder of the Turning Point Ensemble, he plays in avant-Arabic ensemble Haram, and has worked with Samuel Blaser, Harris Eisenstadt, and many others. “Never less than excellent” (Exclaim!), Houle brings an astonishing range of extended techniques, wild percussive pops and clacks, and stratospheric melodic experimentation to his choice collaborations.

Thanks to Konstnårsnamnden, Sweden

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.)

 

 
 

Sat, Jul 02

Mattias Risberg and François Houle

Roundhouse - Performance Centre
$10

Time 1:30 pm

 

Buy Tickets

Swedish pianist Mattias Risberg has collaborated with an array of great European improvisers, including Fredrik Ljungkvist, Mats Äleklint, Joe Williamson, and Raymond Strid. His otherworldly sonic explorations span jazz, improv, art-rock, and contemporary classical worlds. Vancouver’s François Houle is “a spectacularly versatile clarinetist who appears to have no limitations stylistically or sonically” (LA Times). Co-founder of the Turning Point Ensemble, he plays in avant-Arabic ensemble Haram, and has worked with Samuel Blaser, Harris Eisenstadt, and many others. “Never less than excellent” (Exclaim!), Houle brings an astonishing range of extended techniques, wild percussive pops and clacks, and stratospheric melodic experimentation to his choice collaborations.

Thanks to Konstnårsnamnden, Sweden

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.)