Join us for a special concert with Musiqa on CAMH’s plaza. This outdoor performance will feature a saxophone quartet with Dan Gelok on soprano sax, Mas Sugihara on alto sax, Seth McAdow on tenor sax, and Evan Whitner on baritone sax. The concert will feature the following works: Morse Code Pop by Rob Smith, Mai by Ryo Noda, Rotte No. 2 & No. 1 by Junichi Murata, Full Circle by Anthony Brandt, Beat Me! by Barry Cockcroft, Mark Flood Miniature by Joel Love, and Etude No. 1 by Tigran Hamasyan.
This concert will take place on CAMH’s plaza on the corner of Montrose and Bissonet. The surface is large gravel. There is some built-in seating and a few chairs will be available but we encourage guests to bring their own seating (chairs, or thick blankets). Seating will be socially distanced and masks are recommended throughout the event. Please review CAMH’s safety protocols here.
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Please note that CAMH will be closed to the public as we prepare for the exhibition The Dirty South: Contemporary Art, Material Culture, and the Sonic Impulse.
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Winner of the 2013 and 2016 Chamber Music America/ASCAP Adventurous Programming Award, Musiqa is a non-profit organization dedicated to the performance of contemporary classical music. Founded in 2002 and led by four composers, Musiqa aims to enrich and inspire the community through programs that integrate contemporary music with other art forms. Musiqa celebrates the creative arts through interdisciplinary concerts that highlight contemporary music and its connections to literature, film, dance, visual art, and more. With its innovative collaborations and educational programming, Musiqa strives to make their repertoire accessible and vital to audiences of all ages and musical backgrounds.