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Artist News

John Oliver nominated for 2016 WCMA Award

From John Oliver's web site:

Paolo Bortolussi, flute, performed my "Birds of Paradise Lost" for flute and computer at the Western Canadian Music Awards Classical Music Showcase(organized by the Canadian Music Centre, Prairie Region) on Saturday afternoon October 15. (Composer performed on computer LIVE.) This is a shot from the dress rehearsal. (Thanks Benton!) It was a real pleasure to perform for the ample and appreciative audience at the Westminster United Church in Regina and to see old colleagues again and hear their music! Paolo's CD Israfel was nominated for classical album of the year, and my composition for classical composition of the year. Although neither of us won, we gave a stellar performance!

Hildegard Westerkamp brand new web site

Hildegard Westerkamp has a brand new web site. Learn all about her current and past work.

Andrew Czink performs Torrent, Trickle, an astonishing solo piano work

On Saturday July 7, audiences at Vancouver's Western Front Grand Luxe Theatre were treated to a lecture/presentation by Andrew Czink called "Torrent, Trickle - The Exploratory and the Performative in Doing Music." After a really first-rate explanation of his ideas about the relationship of his deep and long piano experience to improvisation and composition, he gave a stellar performance of this 30-minute work. Read more in this in-depth article at the SFU web site.

Hildegard Westerkamp at Sound Symposium XIX - performances and soundwalk

Hildegard Westerkamp is participating in this year’s Sound Symposium XIX, in St. John’s, Newfoundland, July 5 - 15, 2018, Ten days that will change how your hear the world.

She will be presenting a number of her compositions and conduct a soundwalk in this beautiful place on the Atlantic coast, rain or shine or storm. For more details see

John Oliver appearances on Drone Day

From John Oliver's web site:

I performed at two separate events, and attended a world premiere this past Saturday May 26. I performed on electric guitar, improvisations with artist/singer Carol Sawyer at the New Westminster New Media Gallery, as part of Carol's commentary on the TRACE exhibition. Then I walked down to the Drone Day event in front of the very cool Old Crow Coffee House where I improvised some ambient/drone music on computer, in duo with New West's own Wes Koop, who had a big analog rig. We performed under the huge fire escape (image at left)

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