On May 27th, the Institute of Contemporary Art welcomes Corporels, a performance aiming to introduce children to music!
Corporels is a performance containing no instruments to educate a young public on contemporary music. Interpreters mix corporal percussions, danse, theater and mime them with some of their work based on the implication of the musician's gesture.

About Trio SR9:

SR9 Trio (short for " Square Root of 9 ") was founded in 2010 by Paul Changarnier, Nicolas Cousin and Alexandre Esperet, who all earned First Prizes in the percussion class of the Lyons National Music Conservatory.
Since then the band has performed on many stages, in France and internationally, such as the Parc Floral de Paris (France), the Opera de Lyon, the Boston Institute of Contemporary Art,  St Peter’s Church in New York, the Theaterhaus in Stuttgart, the MIM in Brussels, the Drumworld Festival in Thorn (Netherlands)…

This group promotes a creative vision of percussions with transcriptions for 3 marimbas of emblematic scores (Bach, Mendelssohn, Ravel, Stravinsky). It also participates actively in the evolution of the contemporary repertoire of percussion through commissioning of works to young composers such as François Tashdjian, Florent Caron-Darras and Balint Karosi.
In 2015, SR9 Trio released their first CD, entitled "Bach with marimba" (Naïve Label). They are currently recording their second CD to be released next spring.

SR9 Trio is invited to give Master Class in following places : Conservatory of Reims (France), University of Dijon (France), Conservatory of Esch sur Alzette (Luxembourg), Boston Conservatory (USA), Juillard School of New York (USA) and New York University (USA)...

The trio won numerous international prizes, such as at the Luxembourg International Competition (First Award, Press Awardand Audience Award).


Admission is FREE for up to 2 adults per family when accompanied by children ages 12 and under. Youth 17 and under are always admitted free to the ICA. All ages welcome; program best-suited for ages 6 and older.
 
Click here for more information.
Institute of Contemporary Art - Boston 100 Northern Ave. Boston, MA

Trio SR9 present Corporels in Boston

When
May 27th, 2017, from 10AM to 4PM
Where
Institute of Contemporary Art - Boston
100 Northern Ave.
Boston, MA

On May 27th, the Institute of Contemporary Art welcomes Corporels, a performance aiming to introduce children to music!
Corporels is a performance containing no instruments to educate a young public on contemporary music. Interpreters mix corporal percussions, danse, theater and mime them with some of their work based on the implication of the musician's gesture.

About Trio SR9:

SR9 Trio (short for " Square Root of 9 ") was founded in 2010 by Paul Changarnier, Nicolas Cousin and Alexandre Esperet, who all earned First Prizes in the percussion class of the Lyons National Music Conservatory.
Since then the band has performed on many stages, in France and internationally, such as the Parc Floral de Paris (France), the Opera de Lyon, the Boston Institute of Contemporary Art,  St Peter’s Church in New York, the Theaterhaus in Stuttgart, the MIM in Brussels, the Drumworld Festival in Thorn (Netherlands)…

This group promotes a creative vision of percussions with transcriptions for 3 marimbas of emblematic scores (Bach, Mendelssohn, Ravel, Stravinsky). It also participates actively in the evolution of the contemporary repertoire of percussion through commissioning of works to young composers such as François Tashdjian, Florent Caron-Darras and Balint Karosi.
In 2015, SR9 Trio released their first CD, entitled "Bach with marimba" (Naïve Label). They are currently recording their second CD to be released next spring.

SR9 Trio is invited to give Master Class in following places : Conservatory of Reims (France), University of Dijon (France), Conservatory of Esch sur Alzette (Luxembourg), Boston Conservatory (USA), Juillard School of New York (USA) and New York University (USA)...

The trio won numerous international prizes, such as at the Luxembourg International Competition (First Award, Press Awardand Audience Award).


Admission is FREE for up to 2 adults per family when accompanied by children ages 12 and under. Youth 17 and under are always admitted free to the ICA. All ages welcome; program best-suited for ages 6 and older.
 
Click here for more information.

 

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