Newswire | Salle Bourgie Programming Impressed by the Themes of the Exhibition ᑐᓴᕐᓂᑐᑦ TUSARNITUT! Music Born of the Chilly

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Montreal, Friday November 11, 2022 – Bourgie Corridor is happy to current its programming impressed by the themes of the exhibition ᑐᓴᕐᓂᑐᑦ TUSARNITUT! Music Born of the Chilly, on show on the Montreal Museum of High quality Arts from November 10, 2022 to March 12, 2023. This exhibition addresses a hitherto little explored theme: the profound and lasting hyperlinks uniting music and visible artwork of the individuals of Inuit Nunaat (the territory inhabited by the Inuit). Three occasions echoing the exhibition provide an incursion into the Inuit creativeness, demonstrating to what extent music performs a significant function: the 2 essential genres showcased right here, throat singing (katajjaniq) and drum dancing (qilaujjaniq), are intertwined with the surroundings and the territory. By making it potential to find  the wealthy traditions of this music born of the chilly, they’re additionally a part of a broader technique of resurgence and revalorisation of Indigenous creative practices.

The Inuit Conventional Music Listening Circle presents three conferences in a convivial setting conducive to dialogue, addressing the wealthy vary of Inuit musical practices, on Saturdays November 19, 2022, December 10, 2022 and January 28, 2023 from 3:30 p.m. to five p.m. Claudine Caron, musicologist and researcher related to the Laboratoire Imaginaire Nord (UQAM), will reasonable these workshops within the firm of three Inuit musicians: Nina Segalowitz, Lydia Etok and Sarah Siaza Carriere. Songs, drum dancing and throat singing from numerous areas will probably be featured. Please observe that these workshops will happen in French. These workshops are introduced in collaboration with Oktoécho, a variable-geometry ensemble specializing within the mixing of Center Jap, Western and Indigenous music.

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On Wednesday, November 23, 2022, at 5:30 p.m., Jean-Jacques Nattiez, ethnomusicologist, Inuit music specialist and invited curator of the exhibition, will give a lecture on the Maxwell-Cummings Auditorium titled: What’s Inuit Music? He’ll present how the Inuit represented their music by means of their sculptures and engravings. Notably, the 2 essential genres, drum dancing and throat singing, although musically very completely different, share widespread traits (the demonstration of endurance, the spirit of competitors), permitting us to talk of attribute Inuit music.

To conclude, on Friday, February 10, 2023, Inupiak scholar and violinist from Alaska Heidi Aklaseak Senungetuk will current a concert-lecture at Bourgie Corridor titled QUTAAŊUAQTUIT: Dripping Music. Drawing on her household’s historical past, her encounters and her analysis, she has developed a extremely private strategy to efficiency. Throughout this presentation, she is going to carry out a number of works on the violin, a few of which have been composed for her. This occasion is a part of a Bourgie Corridor’s Musical Canvases provide, which mixes a go to of the exhibition at 4 p.m., adopted by the concert-lecture at 5:30 p.m.


PROGRAMMING

Inuit Conventional Music Listening Circle

 Saturdays November 19, 2022, December 10, 2022 and January 28, 2023 – 3:30 p.m.  to five p.m.

A collection of three conferences, that includes three exceptional visitors, create a convivial area conducive to dialogue as a way to uncover the complete vary of the wealthy Inuit musical practices, by means of recordings and discussions.

Claudine Caron, moderator: musicologist and researcher related to the Laboratoire Imaginaire Nord (UQAM)

Friends:

Nina Segalowitz (November 19)

Lydia Etok (December 10)

Sarah Siaza Carriere (January 28)

Location: The Salon (Jean-Noël Desmarais Pavilion, Degree 2)

Price: $30 ($15 for Museum members)

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Lecture – What’s Inuit Music?

 Wednesday, November 23, 2022 – 5:30 p.m.

Visitor curator of the exhibition ᑐᓴᕐᓂᑐᑦ TUSARNITUT! Music Born of the Chilly, ethnomusicologist Jean-Jacques Nattiez will present how the Inuit represented their music by means of their sculptures and engravings. Offered in French.

Jean-Jacques Nattiez, ethnomusicologist and professor emeritus on the College of Montreal

Location: Maxwell-Cummings Auditorium

Price: $10 (free for Museum members and people aged 34 years and below)

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Live performance-lecture – QUTAAŊUAQTUIT : Dripping Music

Friday, February 10, 2023 – 5:30 p.m.

Drawing on her household’s historical past, her encounters and her analysis, Heidi Aklaseak Senungetuk, an Inupiak musician and scholar originating from Alaska, has developed a extremely private strategy to efficiency. Throughout this presentation, she is going to carry out a number of modern works on violin, a few of which have been composed for her, reflecting her distinctive sensibility.

Location: Bourgie Corridor

Price : $24 ($21 for Museum members / $13 for these aged 34 years and below)

Musical canvas

  • 4 p.m.: guided tour of the exhibition
  • 5:30 p.m.: concert-lecture

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Bourgie Corridor

Inaugurated in September 2011, Bourgie Corridor is a 462-seat live performance corridor on the coronary heart of the Montreal Museum of High quality Arts. Possessing distinctive acoustics, it has rapidly made a reputation for itself as one in every of Canada’s most beloved venues for live performance music. Situated within the nave of the previous Erskine and American Church, its spectacular structure features a assortment of twenty Tiffany stained glass home windows that’s distinctive within the nation. Bourgie Corridor presents over 100 concert events a yr in numerous musical kinds, starting from jazz to classical works, from Baroque music to modern creations. Its high-calibre programming options a number of the most distinguished Canadian and worldwide musicians of their technology, whether or not they be in the beginning of their careers or already effectively established. bourgiehall.ca

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