In an inconspicuous Canadian city due north of Minnesota, at times a meeting point between Fahrenheit and Celsius, the people of Winnipeg bundle up and refuse to let the elements deter them from participating in one of the largest new music festivals in the world. During the festival, spanning from January 27 to February 2, , famed composers such as Philip Glass were programmed along with young and up-in-coming composers such WSO Composer-In-Residence Harry Stafylakis , and more. Elements that make other Glass works successful seemed to be absent, and technical skills were lacking at times. While Glass seemed to have been reaching for unexplored harmonies, the awkward counterpoint between the violins and fragmented blocks of rhythmic gestures left an uninspired impression. Haas brilliantly orchestrates whirling colors through subtle manipulation of pitch, projecting a raw yet tangible aura that swallows the atmosphere. In an enduring procession of aggressive and jagged rhythmic counterpoint, JACK unapologetically wove together intricately tied fragments passed amongst the ensemble without a misstep, a masterful display of ingenuity. With a vibrant sound world, Moussa whirls together passionate harmonic progressions with thoughtful melodic development.
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Each year, at the peak of its frigid winter, Winnipeg transforms into an oasis of the most inspiring, adventurous, and riveting music of our time. The Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra's New Music Festival presents its 27th season from January 27 through February 2, , reveling in the music of today, inspiring artists and igniting abundant audiences of all ages. The week-long internationally-acclaimed celebration of creativity is known for bringing together the biggest luminaries in the music and art world - such as Steve Reich, Jim Jarmusch , Dame Evelyn Glennie, and John Corigliano , to name just a few - to explore, debate, and discover.
Winnipeg New Music Festival | Philip Glass Symphonic
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