QUATUOR: a quartet for turntables

(2009-05-29) QUATUOR: a quartet for turntables

Coeur Des Sciences

Artists

MARTIN TÉTREAULT'S QUATUOR: A QUARTET FOR TURNTABLES

The idea for developing a quartet of turntables was first birthed by MARTIN TÉTREAULT during ther creation of his Document 4 (2004-2006), a collaboration with the Montreal choreographer LYNDA GAUDREAU who invited him to compose a piece for turntables, which would then the interpreted by her choreography in Munich, in 2006. 

The challenge for Tétreault consisted in elaborating a notational system destined for non-musicians, unfamiliar with the management of turntables, who would have to read the parts and interpret them live, with precision.  This constraint incited the artist to invent a simple system, imagined and comprhendible at first glance, and to preparediverse surfaces to be read by the needle of the turntable.

Featuring:

Martin Tétreault - composer and director
Alexander Macsween - turntable
Magali Babin - turntable
Nancy Tobin - turntable
David Lafrance - turntable

Date
May 29, 2009 17:30 - 18:20
Venue

Coeur Des Sciences
175 President-Kennedy Avenue
Montréal, Canada

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