The radio series “Simulcast 2.0: Sackville” will take place on July 28 - August 24, 2009 on CHMA 106.9 FM in Sackville (New Brunswick, Canada) and online (www.mta.ca/students/chma/listen.htm). Four Canadian sound and radio artists have been asked to provide a single sustaining sound to be broadcasted from 2am to 6am. 12:00 by Hélène Prévost will be presented during the first week. Compositions by Mario Gauthier (Transparences in six parts, one per night), i8u (Still Life), and Stéphane Claude (Waves Array) will follow, one per week, until the end of the series.
On the programme of the concert featuring six woman musicians on June 7, 2009 at 9 pm at L’envers in Montréal are the duets Magali Babin — Joane Hétu, Anne-F — Hélène Prévost, and solo performances by Myléna Bergeron, and Pascale Trudel.
On October 5, 1948 at 9PM on the French radio was broadcasted the very first musique concrète concert. Exactly 60 years later on 2 Montréal radio stations and one Québec City station, Réseaux des arts médiatiques presents a multi-radio event with Érick d’Orion, Mario Gauthier, and Hélène Prévost. These composers will play their own work live and Pierre Schaeffer’s first pieces. Turn on your radio receivers, log on the Internet radios to listen to 1, 2 or all 3 at the same time and celebrate with us all 60 years of electroacoustics.
Tour de bras has invited Hélène Prévost and Nicolas Bernier for a 3-day artist-in-residence. The composers will present the result of their research on May 31, 2008 as part of the 6th Rencontres de musiques spontanées, May 30 to June 1, 2008 at Paradis in Rimouski (Québec). Moreover, a video mixing (VJ) and Max/MSP audio-video perfomance workshop given by Jean-Ambroise Vesax will precede the concert.
Artists A_dontigny, Louis Dufort, Chantal Dumas, Steve Heimbecker, Mathieu Lévesque, Francisco López, Tomas Phillips and Hélène Prévost will get together to form the Victoriaville matière sonore ensemble that will present, under Francisco López’s direction, a collective work of acousmatic art realised using recordings previously realised in the town of Victoriaville. This event will take place on May 19, 2007 as part of the 24th FIMAV.