Our bimonthly concert series is held every other Sunday (usually the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month) at 7pm at Umi Café (610 Somerset Street W, Ottawa). Admission is always a suggested donation of $5 or pay what you can. For a full list of past and upcoming concerts, click here.
October 30, 2011: #35 – Heather Roche
Born in Canada, clarinettist Heather Roche has trained extensively in England and has recently moved to Cologne, Germany. She has recently been seen with musikFabrik at musikFest (Berlin), BachFest (Leipzig) and at Musica Nova (Helsinki). Additionally she performs with ensembles Garage (Köln) and Echoi (Freiburg).Visit her online at heatherroche.wordpress.com.
- Heather Roche – bass clarinet
- Craig Pedersen – electronics (set 2)
November 6, 2011: #36 – Craig Pedersen’s Birthday Concert
Craig Pedersen’s Broken Compass: Electro-acoustic contemporary-classical improvised trumpet and laptop folk-pop. From jarring electric experiments, to arrangements of traditional folk melodies and popular music, and back again. Visit Craig online atcraigpedersen.com.
- Craig Pedersen – trumpet, electroncis
November 20, 2011: #37 – Generator (Molnar/Gullikson/Higney/Broscoe)
This is going to be a great show – the resurrection of an Ottawa classic!
…Generator generates generations for the Generations….generally…
- John Higney – guitar, electronics
- David Broscoe – woodwinds, electronics
- Mark Molnar – cello, electronics
- Jamie Gullikson – drums
“generator reeks and grates. a kaleidoscope of calliopes.” Rory Magill
“featuring tuning forks, selected cans, and a cello that once housed a poet, this is a show not to miss, or to miss.” Max Keeping
“what a bunch of shit.” Paul Anka
“i friggin’ love these guys!” Hon S Harper
“wooah omma lahhhhhh ssssssss zap!” R Murray Schaefer
“hey hey hey!” F Albert
“Let’s just make Generator a PR company…to hell with the “music”…we’re pretty ok at this!” John Higney