About Continuum

Formed in 1985, Continuum Contemporary Music presents concerts featuring the core ensemble of flute, clarinet, violin, cello, piano, and percussion, as well as unusual instrumental combinations. Featuring some of Canada's top musicians, the ensemble has earned international acclaim - De Telegraaf (Amsterdam) wrote "Ensemble Continuum performs magic with sound"; Bragbants Dagblad hailed the ensemble as "sublimely skilled". Continuum was awarded the 1994 Chalmers Award and in 2014 was shortlisted for the Toronto Arts Foundation's Roy Thomson Hall Award of Recognition.


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