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[Jeu de temps / Times Play 2021]

Events, Concerts and Broadcasts

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The selected works from each edition of JTTP are presented in broadcasts and concerts in Canada and abroad. 1[1. See this year’s JTTP event calendar below.] Additionally, all submissions can be heard anytime on the JTTP webpages and in Sonus.

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Charles St-André in Salle Claude-Champagne (Montréal) in 2021. © Myriam Boucher, 2021. [Click image to enlarge]

Each year’s selected works are presented in dedicated broadcasts by Canadian and international Media Partners. Additionally, since the 15th edition of the project (JTTP 2014), live presentations are coordinated to spotlight these young and/or emerging electroacoustic artists and their achievements. AKOUSMA presents the 1st Prize winner annually in Montréal and, through collaborations with a growing list of illustrious partners, 2[2. JTTP 2014 @ 21st Festival DME (Seia PT); JTTP 2015 @ KONTAKTE Biennale (AdK, Berlin DE); JTTP 2016 @ CMMAS (Morelia MX); JTTP 2017 @ Sea of Sound Festival (Edmonton CA); JTTP 2018 @ Sound Junction (Sheffield UK); JTTP 2020 @ BRRRZK! Festival (Bremen DE) & MANTIS Festival (Manchester UK).] the selected works are presented in concerts and festivals around the globe.

These public presentations of JTTP works by our partners are an excellent complement to the extensive prize packages offered each year, and help the CEC promote the work of young / emerging electroacoustic artists living in or from Canada on the international stage.

JTTP 2021 Events Calendar

Click on the following dates to jump down to detailed information about events featuring JTTP 2021 participants. 3[3. Also keep an eye on the CEC’s Facebook Events page for an overview of all upcoming CEC activities!]

2021: 13 Oct If You Got Ears • 13 Oct AKOUSMA XVII (concert) • 14 Oct AKOUSMA XVII (concert) • 17 Nov Electric Sense 

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Véro Marengère at La Sala Rossa (Montréal) in 2019. © Rémi Allen, 2019. [Click image to enlarge]

RADIO: If You Got Ears — Corina MacDonald

Wed 13 Oct @ 12h00 | CKUT 90.3 FM (Montréal QC) 

If You Got Ears. A weekly, two-hour voyage through various types of sonic experimentation, ranging from noise to electroacoustics, the programme digs deep into the goldmine of musique actuelle and all its sprawling tangents. Sometimes loud and aggressive, sometimes minimal and minutely detailed, but always bridging the gap between the challenging and the familiar. Use your ears every Wednesday 12:00–14:00 on CKUT 90.3 FM (Montréal QC).

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Pablo Geeraert in Montréal in 2021. [Click image to enlarge]

CONCERT: AKOUSMA XVII — First Prize winners Pablo Geeraert & Joseph Sims

Wed 13 Oct @ 19h00 | Usine C (Montréal QC) 

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Joseph Sims in 2021. © Katherine Finn, 2021. [Click image to enlarge]

Join us at AKOUSMA XVII (11–15 Oct.) to hear the JTTP 2021 1st Prize winners Pablo Geeraert and Joseph Sims’ collaborative work Esquisse d’une Sandbox (2021) live in concert. Montréal’s international festival of immersive digital music, AKOUSMA, is a JTTP Project Partner since 2014, presenting the 1st Prize winner each year.

CONCERT: AKOUSMA XVII — First Prize winner Mélanie Frisoli (JTTP 2020)

Thu 14 Oct @ 19h00 | Usine C (Montréal QC) 

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Mélanie Frisoli at Le Divan du Monde (Paris) in 2016. [Click image to enlarge]

Join us at AKOUSMA XVII (11–15 Oct.) to hear the JTTP 2020 1st Prize winner Mélanie Frisoli’s work Le chant de la machine (2020) live in concert. Montréal’s international festival of immersive digital music, AKOUSMA, is a JTTP Project Partner since 2014, presenting the 1st Prize winner each year.

RADIO: Electric Sense — James Bailey

Wed 17 Nov @ 23h00 | CIUT 89.5 FM (Toronto ON) 

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Colin Frank (Pipeman) in Huddersfield (UK) in 2021. © Sam Gillies, 2021. [Click image to enlarge]

Electric Sense. Devoted to all that is new and creative in the exploration of sound, the programme ranges from the tightly composed to the wildly improvised and whatever may be found in between. Traditional instruments to new inventions. Acoustic, electroacoustic, purely electronic, field recordings and found sounds. Melodic to abrasive to totally indescribable. If you’ve heard it before, you probably won’t hear it here. Hosted by James Bailey, Wednesdays 23:00–00:00 on CIUT 89.5 FM (Toronto ON). Electric Sense on Facebook.

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