Nicole Lizée
This Will Not Be Televised

Video

 

Death to Kosmische (2011)
Performed by: The Kronos Quartet
Video: WQXR; The Greene Space, NYC

Death To Kosmische
Canadian Music Centre recognized composer Nicole Lizée presents her work, “Death to kosmische,” finalist for the Prix collégien de musique contemporaine 2012.

Bondarsphere (2016) – Excerpts I and II
Performed by: the National Arts Centre Orchestra
Alexander Shelley, conductor

Bondarsphere (2016) – Excerpt VIII
Performed by: the National Arts Centre Orchestra
Alexander Shelley, conductor

Black MIDI (2017)
Performed by: the Toronto Symphony Orchestra;
André de Ridder, conductor
Kronos Quartet, soloists

Video: Roy Thompson Hall, Toronto

Tarantino Études (2015)
Performed by: Marck Takeshi McGregor
Video: The Roundhouse, Vancouver

Katana of Choice (2015)
Performed by: TorQ Percussion
Ben Reimer, drumkit solo

Ringer (World Premiere)
Performed by: Ben Reimer, drums.

Hitchcock Études (2013) – Schoolhouse Étude QT
Performed by: Megumi Masaki
Video: Nicole Lizée
Premiered July 2010 at the Casalmaggiore International Festival, Italy

Hitchcock Études (2013) – Saul Bass Étude QT
Performed by: Megumi Masaki Video: Nicole Lizée
Premiered July 2010 at the Casalmaggiore International Festival, Italy

Hitchcock Études (2013) – Stutter Etude QT
Performed by: Megumi Masaki
Video: Nicole Lizée
Premiered July 2010 at the Casalmaggiore International Festival, Italy

Hitchcock Études (2010) – Complete 
Performed by: Zubin Kanga
Video: Sidney, Australia

Girl, You’re Living a Life of Crime
from This Will Not Be Televised (2008, Centrediscs).
Steve Raegele, guitar; Alex Grogg, Rhodes; Shawn Mativetsky, vibraphone; Miles Perkin, double bass; Ben Reimer, drums.

Jupiter Moon Dance
from This Will Not Be Televised (2008, Centrediscs).
Recorded at Studio Frisson, Montreal, Quebec.
Erik Hove, alto sax; Steve Raegele, guitar; Alex Grogg, Rhodes; Miles Perkin, double bass; Ben Reimer, drums.

Arcadiac (2005/rev. 2008)
For orchestra and 1970s/1980s arcade games. Performed by the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, February 7, 2008. Video by Nicole Lizée. The video, synchronized with the arcade samples, was projected onto background screens during the live performance with orchestra.

Ringer (Creative Video)
Nicole Lizée, BravoFact. Production by La Guérilla. Recorded by Adam Tiller; Directed by Kara Blake; Produced by Phillippe Garlépy. Performed by John Corban, Heather Schnarr, Veronica Thomas, Pierre-Alain Bouvrette, Fjola Evans, Andrew Horton, Ben Reimer, Nicole Lizée.

Left Brain / Right Brain
For 9 players. Performed by l’Ensemble Contemporain de Montréal. Veronique Lacroix, conductor.

Bookburners (Complete)
Cello, Stéphane Tétreault;
Turntables: P-Love

Traum_a
from Philtre Films. 5 minutes, 2011
Director / Editor: Kara Blake
Images: F.W. Murnau, Kara Blake
Music: Nicole Lizée
This Heat (2006)
From KARAppo OKEsutura for chamber ensemble, karaoke tapes, and mezzo soprano. Video by Kara Blake. Using manipulated karaoke tapes and live ensemble, songs from the 1970s and 80s were reworked/remixed. These new versions were performed by “karaoke singers”: mezzo sopranos Marie-Annick Béliveau and Juliana Pivato. Accompanying videos created by Montreal film artists were projected onto screens during the live performance. The performance took place on May 30, 2006 at Main Hall, Montreal, Quebec.

Nicole Lizée