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Known for such silent film classics as Nosferatu and Sunrise, director F.W. Murnau, spent part of his youth in Kassel, Germany. In Traum_a, media artist Kara Blake explores the possibility that it was here, with the city’s blend of idyllic nature and imposing architecture, that Murnau began conceiving his atmoshperic and emotionally charged cinematic works. Blake frames the city as if through Murnau’s gaze and pieces together a triptych parralleling an envisaged early 20th century Kassel (or “Cassel” as it was then known) and Murnau’s imagery, both dreamlike and nightmarish. 5 minutes, 2011 director/editor: Kara Blake images: F.W. Murnau, Kara Blake music: Nicole Lizée financial support: A-38 Production Grant awarded by the Kassel Documentary Film Festival and Werkleitz Centre for Media Arts.
This Heat - Nicole Lizee
© 2006, Nicole Lizée For more info: www.nicolelizee.com/ 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.
Creative video of Nicole Lizée's Ringer
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.
Arcadiac - Nicole Lizee
© 2008, Nicole Lizée For more info: www.nicolelizee.com/ 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.
Hitchcock Études by Nicole Lizée
Hitchcock Etudes for piano, electronics and video (16 min version) by Nicole Lizee Performed by Zubin Kanga Recorded live in Sydney on 22 October 2016 as part of the Cyborg Pianist tour. Features excerpts from Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho, The Man Who Knew Too Much, and The Birds.
Mark Takeshi McGregor performs Nicole Lizée's 'Tarantino Etudes'
Music on Main presents Nicole Lizée's Tarantino Etudes for bass flute and glitch (North American premiere) featuring Mark McGregor, bass flute Performed live during Music on Main's Tarantino, Piano Hero Tuesday, November 17, 2015 at the Roundhouse, Vancouver BC
Nicole Lizée: Black MIDI / André de Ridder · Toronto Symphony Orchestra & Kronos Quartet
André de Ridder, conductor/chef d'orchestre Nicole Lizée, composer/compositeur Kronos Quartet, string quartet/quatuor à cordes Recorded live at Roy Thomson Hall on March 11. Prestation en public enregistrée le 11 mars au Roy Thomson Hall. TSO Canada Mosaic: A Canada 150 Signature Project Mosaïque canadienne du TSO: un projet Signature de Canada 150 Web: http://www.tso.ca Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/torontosymphonyorchestra Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/torontosymphony Instagram: http://instagram.com/torontosymphony
Nicole Lizée - Bondarsphere - VIII. Walk of Fame Canticle
for orchestra, soundtrack, and video National Arts Centre Orchestra Alexander Shelley, conductor Music by Nicole Lizée Video by Nicole Lizée and Pierre Prieur/Normal Studio A multimedia tribute to Dr. Roberta Bondar - astronaut, neurologist and photographer. Features miniature stage model to display surround video.
Nicole Lizée - Bondarsphere - I. In a Few Short Hours, II. Where Only One Has Gone Before
for orchestra, soundtrack, and video National Arts Centre Orchestra Alexander Shelley, conductor Music by Nicole Lizée Video by Nicole Lizée and Pierre Prieur/Normal Studio A multimedia tribute to Dr. Roberta Bondar - astronaut, neurologist, and photographer. Features miniature stage model to display surround video.
The Kronos Quartet: Death to Kosmische by Nicole Lizée
One of the most renowned and influential new-music groups of our time, the Kronos Quartet celebrates its 40th anniversary with an exclusive evening of music and conversation at The Greene Space. For 40 years, the Kronos Quartet—David Harrington, John Sherba (violins), Hank Dutt (viola), and Sunny Yang (cello)—has pursued a singular artistic vision, combining a spirit of fearless exploration with a commitment to re-imagining the string quartet experience. Kronos has performed thousands of concerts worldwide, collaborating with many of the world's most intriguing and accomplished composers and performers, releasing more than 50 recordings of extraordinary breadth and creativity, and commissioning more than 800 works and arrangements for string quartet. Live Event Producer: Jennifer Sendrow Video Producer: David Mc Lean Production Manager: Ricardo Fernandez Video Engineer: Carlo de Jesus Audio Engineer: Chase Culpon - Gaines Legare
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