Thanks to the support of the Italian Cultural Institute of Montreal, the ‘No Hay Banda Festival’ presents a series of three concerts dedicated to the works of the Italian composer Pierluigi Billone, one of the most original voices of the European avant-garde. His music will be performed by renowned local and international artists, among his closest collaborators, presenting a selection of his works written between 1995 and 2019.
- 26 January 2022 ‘Mani. Stereos’ (2009) – Mirko Jevtović, accordion ‘1 + 1 = 1’ (2006) – Duo Stump-Linshalm (Petra Stump-Linshalm & Heinz-Peter Linshalm), clarinet and bass
- 27 January 2022 ‘Equilibrio. Cerchio (2014)’ – Marco Fusi, violin, ‘Legno. Edre II. Edre (2003)’ – Alexandra Eastley, bassoon, ‘Mani. Amon (2019)’ – Noam Bierstone, percussion
- 28 January 2022 ‘Quattro Alberi (2011)’ – Sarah Albu, vocals; Alexandra Eastley, bassoon; Mirko Jevtović, accordion; Noam Bierstone, percussion ‘‘TI KE MI’ (1995) – Marco Fusi, viola ‘2 Alberi (2017)’ – (Joshua Hyde, saxophone; Noam Bierstone, percussion)
No Hay Banda is a Montreal-based non-profit organization dedicated to the production, performance and promotion of avant-garde music events. As part of a series of concerts in Montréal and touring productions, No Hay Banda provides a space for artists to realize their projects and aims to broaden and challenge the audience’s musical experience by showcasing the work of the intergenerational avant-garde that has its roots in pop/rock, DIY culture and post-war experimentation. It was founded in 2016 by three Montréal-based musicians: Daniel Áñez, Noam Bierstone and Geneviève Liboiron.
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