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Singing the Earth Scored for mezzo-soprano, clarinet/recorder, saxophone, violin, bass, accordion, piano/organ, and percussion, it is performed amidst an installation of paper banners hung from above, a shifting forest of verticals lit to evoke the mystery of a hushed forest, of nature’s life and death drama, and a community of peoples forming new ways of living while struggling to preserve the old. more
New concert videos online Over the past several weeks, we’ve added three concerts-worth of videos to our YouTube page and to concert pages on our website. more
Welcome to Continuum's 2013-2014 season! Continuum’s 29th season is about place, about history, and about what comes next. more
We came, we saw, we sang Our 2012–2013 season is now over. It began in October with Finding Voice, a programme that included two extraordinary, semi-dramatized works about laryngeal cancer by Martijn Voorvelt featuring singers Marion Newman and Christopher Mayell. In February we collaborated with NAISA in Jump Start, which featured works for ensemble and electronics, with all five composers present (travelling from as far east as Austria and as far west as Edmonton). And in April we mounted back to back concerts featuring UK pianist Philip Thomas in works by Canadian and UK composers. more