Dark Flower Album Release Party + Fundraiser

December 21, 2023, 8pm - 11pm

Array Space

We are thrilled to announce the release of TENMC's first solo album, Dark Flower on Redshift Records- featuring the music of revered Canadian composer, Linda Catlin Smith. Our album will be released digitally on Nov 10, 2023, and we will celebrate with an album release concert/party at Array Music on December 21, 2023, featuring world premiere performances, including the Toronto premiere of the album namesake Dark Flower (2020), for piano quartet. Our event will also be a fundraiser for TENMC, with raffles, auctions AND a  holiday party, including seasonal treat and bevvies!

We hope you can make it to celebrate Linda's music in person and join us for some festive merry-making! Pick up some albums as stocking stuffers and help us share the musical wealth!

Buy Tickets Here:

$15 for entrance 
$25 for entrance and physical album

$20 for 1 album
$35 for 2 albums
$50 for 3 albums

Thin Edge New Music Collective would like to thank the Ontario Arts Council and the Canada Council for the Arts for their generous support of this recording. 

Special thanks to Linda Catlin Smith, Dennis Patterson, David Jaeger, Nick Storring, Kristin Messina and our intrepid TENMC family.  




June 22nd, 2023 8pm

918 Bathurst


Purchase Tickets Online in Advance

or at the door:

$15 (arts/senior/students)/$20 (regular)

Livestream Link

Join us for the 2nd edition of Reverb, the final in-person concert of TENMC's 2022/2023 season. Our programme will showcase works by Romain Camiolo (Montreal), Nasim Khorassani (Iran), Bekah Simms (UK/CA) and Jocelyn Morlock (CA) alongside world premieres by Luke Nickel (UK/CA) and Devon Osamu Tipp (USA).  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 additional performances of existing compositions. Please visit our events page for more details!

 Covid Policy:  

Persons entering 918 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.  


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). 

Reverb II is presented with generous support from the Canada Council of the Arts, Ontario Arts Council, Toronto Arts Council, Codes d'accès and the SOCAN Foundation.  


music composition, fan clubs, and roller coasters

Ever since Luke Nickel was a child, he has dreamt of creating roller coasters. Now, in his music composition practice, Luke has found countless ways to transform these speed machines into music, such as using simulated roller coasters as digital instruments or using footage of real roller coasters as video scores.  


In this lunch-hour talk, generously hosted by the Canadian Music Centre Luke asks: what does it mean to be a fan of something, and how does being a fan of roller coasters relate to making chamber music? He will delve into the cringe-y-ness of fan culture, the power of fan objects to change history, and the challenges of creating a fan club chamber music performance.