Much music and performing has happened since Elaine’s last post, many of which happened as a founding member of junctQín keyboard collective.
Elaine will be heard all week in an interview with Mika Lintu on Finland’s Rondo Classic FM radio station, as part of a special program series of four 15 minute programs featuring music performed by junctQín to be aired from April 16-22, 2012!
Along with the interview, live recordings of music by Karlheinz Essl, Aaron Gervais, Monica Pearce, Andrián Pertout, Tomi Räisänen and Alfred Schnittke can be heard on Finnish time (EET, 2hours + of Greenwich).
Click here for the schedule and for more information!
An article about Elaine’s interview is also available by clicking here. Translations in multiple languages will be coming soon!
Along with her contemporary collective, junctQín, Elaine will perform a 12-hour installation of Douglas C. Wadle’s (L.A.) Invention in Three Parts for Toy Piano and Cello. The performance is one of 130 curated and selected projects by the City of Toronto for the 5th annual all-night contemporary art festival that will take place from 6:57am on Saturday October 2, 2010 until sunrise (7am). Performances will take place every half hour in the Al Green Theatre and Jacobs Visual Arts Lounge Space at the Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre (750 Spadina Avenue, Toronto). Read more
Elaine is excited to give the Canadian première of Finnish composer Tomi Räisänen‘s evocative Dreamgate, written for two toy pianos, tape and voice. She will also give the North American première of Monkey Music for toy piano and cymbal monkey, written by Australian composer Matthew Hindson. Both pieces will be premièred this Wednesday August 11 at 7:30pm as part of “junctQín PLUGGED,” a concert at the Raff Pavilion of the Sky as part of the Plein Air Garden Concert Series.