Kite + Trevor Van de Velde
Guest curator: Olivia Shortt
Featuring: Grace Scheele (Harp) + Nathan Petitpas (Percussion)
Feb 25th, 2023 8pm
Tickets available online:
or at the door (cash only):
$15 (arts/senior/students)/$20 (regular)
InterAccess : 950 Dupont St., Unit 1
Please join us for the first iteration of TENMC's newly minted Guest Curator series. Curated by the incredible Tkarón:to-based storyteller and multifaceted performing artist Olivia Shortt (They/Them: Anishinaabe, Nipissing First Nation), our concert will feature performances and works by two extraordinary artists, Kite (aka Oglála Lakȟóta performance artist, visual artist, and composer Suzanne Kite) and experimental composer, sound artist and creative technologist Trevor Van de Velde. Kite and Trevor will be joined by harpist, composer and improviser Grace Scheele and TENMC's own Nathan Petitpas on percussion. Please visit our events page for more details!
The entrance to InterAccess has red panels above the door and is located at the west end of the building.
There are five steps up to the main entrance, which has double doors. The steps do not have handrails. Once inside all facilities are on the same level. There is a single-user washroom inside the unit.
Inside the unit there is a visual and auditory fire alarm system.
Persons entering InterAccess are strongly encouraged to wear a mask or face covering which covers the nose, mouth, and chin while inside the space in order to ensure a safe environment for staff, members, and fellow visitors.
TENMC's Guest Curator Concert is presented with generous support from the Canada Council for the Arts.
What have you left behind?
Preview July 27 8PM
Opening July 28 8PM
Relaxed Performance July 29 2 PM
Evening July 29 8 PM
Matinee July 30 2 PM
Evening July 30 8 PM
Closing Matinee July 31 2 PM
Crow’s Theatre 345 Carlaw Avenue, Toronto, ON
Anthropic Traces, produced by Balancing on the Edge, in association with A Girl in the Sky Productions and Thin Edge New Music Collective is a large-scale production fusing contemporary music, circus, dance, theatre, mask and multimedia. In our current epoch, Anthropocene, we see the traces of human existence leaving an indelible mark in the history of the earth. Anthropic Traces showcases four original collaborative works whose artistic trajectory reflects on global issues affecting the current human condition. Bound together by the threads of human impact, each piece is unique in artistic approach and topic. Anthropic Traces features ten physical performers using experimental and traditional circus disciplines including hair hang, contortion, juggling, aerial plastic, and invented apparatus paired with live performances of fresh and compelling compositions by trailblazing Canadian composers Juro Kim Feliz, Anna Höstman, Cheldon Paterson (SlowPitchSound), and Bekah Simms. Production Management provided by What by When Productions.
Click here for more information.
Presented with Generous support from:
Toronto Arts Council, Ontario Arts Council, Canada Council for the Arts, SOCAN Foundation, Dream Cymbals, Steinway Piano Gallery Toronto
“Provocative, thrilling, and thought-provoking ” - Jennie Punter
THIN EDGE NEW MUSIC COLLECTIVE PRESENTS
JUNE 23rd, 2022
Tickets (available at the door): $20 Students/Seniors/Arts Workers; $25 Adults
Livestream is free to watch/PWYC - donations accepted here
Join us for the inaugural edition of Reverb, the final in-person concert of TENMC's hybrid digital/in-person 2021/2022 season. Our programme will showcase works by Maria Eduarda Mendes Martins (Toronto), Meghan Cheng of Ping Interactive Studios (Toronto), Bruce A. Russell (Toronto), Annie Hui-Hsin-Hsieh (Pittsburg/Australia), and Anna Höstman (Victoria).
Reverb is designed to support artists from a variety of stages in their career through commissioning, premiering works that haven’t had the opportunity to be performed, and providing a second performance of existing compositions and prior TENMC commissions.
Audience members will have the chance to purchase a limited edition download card for the forthcoming digital album of the programme designed by Meghan Cheng (album drop September 2022).
Stay tuned in the fall of 2022 for video releases of each featured work!
Please visit TENMC's events page for more details on the show and featured artists.
Masks are recommended to be worn. Masks and hand sanitizer will be available at the door.
918 Bathurst, is not currently wheelchair accessible due to stairs (two half-flights to enter the performance space, and one flight to access the washrooms).