Live@CIRMMT & McGill Contemporary Music Ensemble | Regnier
09:59
Schulich School of Music

Live@CIRMMT & McGill Contemporary Music Ensemble | Regnier

Concert presented as part of the live@CIRMMT series McGill Contemporary Music Ensemble Lorraine Vaillancourt, conductor (Catherine Thornhill Steele Guest Artist) MARTIN MATALON Tunnelling JONAS REGNIER It is Nothing but Water Slipping Through my Fingers (premiere) Téléchargez le programme complet ici / Download the program here : https://www.mcgill.ca/music/files/music/channels/attach/20.may_.19h30.webcast.livecirmmt.cme_.pdf --------------- INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/schulichmusic FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/SchulichMusic/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/schulichmusic WEBSITE: https://mcgill.ca/music/events --------------- The Schulich School of Music of McGill University is located in downtown Montreal, one of Canada's most vibrant and international cities. We're home to a diverse community of performers, composers, music theorists, musicologists, educators, scientists and engineers. We offer more than 45 undergraduate, graduate and professional programs and present hundreds of public events each year. --------------- L'école de musique Schulich est située au centre-ville de Montréal, l'une des villes les plus vivante et cosmopolite du Canada. Nous sommes les hôtes d'une grande communauté composée de musiciens, de compositeurs, de théoriciens, de musicologues, d'éducateurs, de scientifiques et d'innovateurs. Nous offrons plus de 45 programmes d'études supérieures et professionelles. Chaque année, nous présentons des centaines d'événements public mettant en scène toute la diversité de notre communauté.
Jonas Regnier - Thickness Rain for ensemble
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Thailand New Music and Arts Symposium TMAO

Jonas Regnier - Thickness Rain for ensemble

Thailand New Music and Art Symposium 2020: Human x Technology x Simulation International Composition Institute of Thailand (ICIT) 18 December 2020 Bangkok Arts and Cultural Center, 4th Floor Studio performed by Tacet(i) Ensemble (uploaded permission by Jonas Regnier) Jonas Regnier - Thickness Rain for ensemble For the thickness of the rain brings a fading mist This piece describes the physical process that a fluid would undergo whilst changing viscosity, and takes its inspiration from the blood clotting process that happens to us every time we injure ourselves. …For the thickness of the rain brings a fading mist attempts to provide such description with Music, to show how a texture can be transformed from almost solid to fluid and vice-versa. The two-ways process allows for experimentation with timbre blending, different textural densities, gestures and much more. I endeavoured to bring a sense of confusion in the perception of the materials and the form of the piece by playing with the contrast between the tangible growing textures and their eluding shapes. French composer and researcher student currently based in Montreal, I am deeply interested in interdisciplinarity and have been trying to develop methods capable of bridging scientific and artistic disciplines within my compositions. My sources of inspiration may come from Physics, Psychology, Literature, Biology, etc. I am exploring both Instrumental and Electroacoustic composition with equal interest. TNMAS Audio Recording Team THINKER INTERACTIVE co.,ltd. Camera: Rittichut Phetmunin Audio Engineer, Mix and Master: Pongtorn Techaboonakho Assistant Audio Engineer: Sukritta Vaskul Assistant Audio Engineer 2: Ueaangkun Nurak