Our 2019/2020 season is loosely built around the music of Dai Fujikura. Using Dai’s aesthetic and approach to music we have made a season that contrasts and combines those features with our aesthetic and approach to music.
In a simplified description, Timepoint’s fifth season (2019/2020) is about story telling, colours, contrasts, and the challenges of the concert space. It is a season full of experiments, ideas, and sharing.
October 25th - New Works FEstival
Timepoint Ensemble is presenting a concert of music by Veronika Krausas, Vincent Ho, and Alexander Schubert. They will be joined by actor Mark Ikeda and visual artist Sunita Legallou.
November 29th - Shifting Perspectives
This evening is very much about exploring possibilities of sound, interaction, and expectation. Presenting music by Dai Fujikura, Ken Ueno, Timo Andres, Sungji Hong, and more.
January 24th - Genre phasing
Music by Ted Hearne, Ken Ueno, Dai Fujikura, and others explore what happens when genres and aesthetics collide and combine.
February 22nd - Quintet-ish
This isn’t your average quintet concert. Timepoint explores various types of quintets and is presenting Dai Fujikura’s iconic work GO for a quintet of Oboe, Clarient, Bassoon, Horn, and Piano.
March 27th - OPEN SCORE
This is the culmination of our shadowing program, an evening of open score music performed by Timepoint members and the participants of our shadowing program. This concert has a bit of everything.
April 25th - Eric Paetkau project
Timepoint continues its long relationship with conductor and collaborator Eric Paetkau to bring you a night unlike many others. With original music written for Timepoint Ensemble including a new work from our student composer in residence Julian Lafelice.
May - JUNG people collaboration
Calgary’s Jung People join up with Timepoint Ensemble for an evening of collaboration and exploration.