October 13 street date. "Virtuose" is a wonderful opportunity to remember Angèle Dubeau’s most enthralling CD releases. With such great musicians as Alain Marion, Anton Kuerti, Marc-André Hamelin, La Pietà and various European orchestras, she is guiding us on a journey through the most brilliant works of the violin repertoire.
October 23 street date. Angèle Dubeau, just appointed officer of the Order of Canada, has an outstanding international career. She has never placed limits on her choice of repertoire and for this project, she has pushed her curiosity to the extreme, toward a world that was completely unknown to her before. With this new album, she invites her public to dive into the fantastical world of video games with her. She assembled here the works that spoke to her, giving no real thought to the adventures they accompany.
February 11 street date. Comment souligner les 25 ans de l'ensemble La Pietà? La réponse est venue naturellement à Angèle Dubeau : par la musique! "Elle" propose donc pour l'occasion un album entièrement conçu, joué et composé par des femmes. En résulte un album empreint du bonheur d’échanger par le médium de la création. avec les compositrices ici réunies. Cet album témoigne de la virtuosité d'Angèle Dubeau et confirme son immense talent à élaborer des programmes qui sortent des sentiers battus, tout en étant aussi innovants qu'accessibles.How to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the ensemble La Pietà? The answer came naturally to Angèle Dubeau: through music! For the occasion, she proposes an album entirely conceived, performed and composed by women. The result is an album filled with the joy of exchanging through the medium of creation with the women composers gathered here. This album witnesses Angèle Dubeau's virtuosity and confirms her immense talent for creating programs that are off the beaten path, while being as innovative as they are accessible.
February 25 street date. ‘’BLANC like purity and serenity. BLANC for luminous music that can bring interior peace through its strength and powerful evocation. Fully charged emotions that reflect the strange solitude found in illness. After months of battle against cancer, music has been my focal point, it has brought me comfort, tranquillity and sometimes, essential evasion. This music is of Brubeck, Dompierre, Golijov, Hisaishi, Morricone, Mozetich, Munsey, O’Connor, Phillips, Sakamoto, Schyman and Stevens. A music without artifice, real and filled with hope." - Angèle Dubeau, O.C., C.Q.
march 2 street date. Following a highly successful venture in Philip Glass’ soundscape, Angèle Dubeau now goes on the trail of Estonian composer Arvo Pärt. Frequently referred to as meditative, Pärt prefers to describe his music as a light going through a prism, every listener perceiving it in a different way. Angèle Dubeau is revisiting, among other titles, "Tabula rasa", "Spiegel im Spiegel" and "Pilgrim’s Song". An essential album for this era when nothing seems to be stoppable. Après une incursion dans l’univers de Philip Glass, Angèle Dubeau s’aventure sur les traces du compositeur estonien Arvo Pärt. Parfois qualifiée de méditative, Pärt préfère décrire sa musique comme une lumière traversant un prisme, chaque auditeur en ayant une perception différente. Angèle Dubeau revisite entres autres "Tabula rasa", "Spiegel im Spiegel" et "Pilgrim’s Song".
November 2 street date. With her ensemble La Pietà, Angèle Dubeau takes us into her Christmas universe, with its diverse origins and traditions: from Italy to France, Germany, Finland, Mexico, the United States to Russia, many ways to express Christmas in Music through different times and cultures. Enjoy this trip around the Feast of the Nativity.
February 22 street date. After dedicating two notable Portraits recordings to Philip Glass and Arvo Pärt, Angèle Dubeau now turns her attention to the world of John Adams, perhaps the most fundamentally American of contemporary composers.
January 31 street date. Music speaks above all to the subconscious, and the best movie soundtracks exploit this quality to add depth to an image without overpowering it. More than any other art, music can take listeners into an imaginary realm that even the magic of cinema can never equal. This album presents Ms Angèle Dubeau’s choices: film music that is particularly appealing, and great musical pieces that inspire images.
Available now. Music speaks above all to the subconscious, and the best movie soundtracks exploit this quality to add depth to an image without overpowering it. More than any other art, music can take listeners into an imaginary realm that even the magic of cinema can never equal. This album presents Ms Angèle Dubeau’s choices: film music that is particularly appealing, and great musical pieces that inspire images.