Dark Patterns
ESO New Music

Dark Patterns

Curated by Samy Moussa
Friday, May 19, 2023 7:30 PM

Join Paths for People for an easy, friendly group ride from Old Strathcona to a special concert at the Winspear Centre with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra. Hop on a bike, scooter, or however you roll, for a ride to an exciting performance of new music with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra on Friday, May 19, 2023. The ride begins at 6:00 PM. At the concert, composer and conductor Samy Moussa will be our guide for this unique performance of music by living composers: read more.

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A new generation of composer/performers is the vanguard of orchestral music, creating innovative foundations, structures, instrumental combinations, and patterns to reflect the third decade of the third millennium. Composer/conductor Samy Moussa is our guide for a unique concert that celebrates today’s young creators and their compelling music.

Program to include:

SAMY MOUSSA Violin Concerto “Adrano” (ESO Premiere)
TIMO ANDRES Dark Patterns (ESO Premiere)
SAMY MOUSSA Symphony No. 2 (ESO Premiere)

Program subject to change.

This concert will not include an intermission.

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Samy Moussa, Conductor (ESO Debut)
Kerson Leong, Violin (ESO Debut)
Laura Veeze, ESO Violin
Keith Hamm, ESO Viola
Julie Hereish, ESO Cello

31 - Admission Policy - Div Well Style

Winspear Admission policy

Admission to the facility and the event of this ticket is subject to compliance with the facility protocols in effect on the date of entry to the event. Failure of any ticketholder to comply with laws or facility protocols may result in refusal of admission or expulsion.

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39 - Land Acknowledgement

Land Acknowledgement

The Winspear Centre and Edmonton Symphony Orchestra would like to acknowledge that we are on Treaty 6 Territory, a traditional meeting ground, gathering place, and traveling route for many Indigenous Peoples. We honour and recognize the rich artistic, cultural, and musical traditions of the Cree, Nakota Sioux, Metis, Dene, Saulteaux, and the many more Indigenous communities that call this land we share, home.