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Mozart Month

Otto Tausk & Rodney Sharman in conversation

January 21, 2021 2:00 PM

Otto Tausk

Rodney Sharman

Maestro Otto Tausk talks Mozart with former VSO Composer-In-Residence Rodney Sharman. Sharman has spent significant time with Mozart, extending his works into new compositions, and uncovering the original notes Mozart wrote for his first symphony before his father Leopold made a few“corrections”.

Rodney Sharman is Composer-in-Residence of Early Music Vancouver’s “New Music for Old Instruments”. He has been Composer-in-Residence of the Victoria Symphony, the National Youth Orchestra of Canada and the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, as well as Composer-Host of the Calgary Philharmonic’s New Music Festival, "Hear and Now". In addition to concert music, Sharman writes music for cabaret, opera and dance. He also sings, conducts, plays recorders and flutes. He works regularly with choreographer James Kudelka, for whom he has written scores for Oregon Ballet Theatre, San Francisco Ballet and Citadel & Compagnie (Toronto). His chamber opera, Elsewhereless, with text and direction by Atom Egoyan, was staged in Toronto, Vancouver, and Ottawa, and performed in concert excerpts in Amsterdam, New York City, Montreal, Victoria, and Rome. Sharman was awarded First Prize in the 1984 CBC Competition for Young Composers, the 1990 Kranichsteiner Prize in Music (Darmstadt, Germany), the 2013 Dora Mavor Moore Award for outstanding sound design/composition (Toronto), and is the recipient of the 2017 Walter Carsen Prize for Excellence in the Performing Arts. Website: www.rodneysharman.com

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Mozart Month

Otto Tausk & Rodney Sharman in conversation

January 21, 2021 2:00 PM

Otto Tausk

Rodney Sharman

Maestro Otto Tausk talks Mozart with former VSO Composer-In-Residence Rodney Sharman. Sharman has spent significant time with Mozart, extending his works into new compositions, and uncovering the original notes Mozart wrote for his first symphony before his father Leopold made a few“corrections”.

Rodney Sharman is Composer-in-Residence of Early Music Vancouver’s “New Music for Old Instruments”. He has been Composer-in-Residence of the Victoria Symphony, the National Youth Orchestra of Canada and the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, as well as Composer-Host of the Calgary Philharmonic’s New Music Festival, "Hear and Now". In addition to concert music, Sharman writes music for cabaret, opera and dance. He also sings, conducts, plays recorders and flutes. He works regularly with choreographer James Kudelka, for whom he has written scores for Oregon Ballet Theatre, San Francisco Ballet and Citadel & Compagnie (Toronto). His chamber opera, Elsewhereless, with text and direction by Atom Egoyan, was staged in Toronto, Vancouver, and Ottawa, and performed in concert excerpts in Amsterdam, New York City, Montreal, Victoria, and Rome. Sharman was awarded First Prize in the 1984 CBC Competition for Young Composers, the 1990 Kranichsteiner Prize in Music (Darmstadt, Germany), the 2013 Dora Mavor Moore Award for outstanding sound design/composition (Toronto), and is the recipient of the 2017 Walter Carsen Prize for Excellence in the Performing Arts. Website: www.rodneysharman.com

Series Performances

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Otto Tausk & Rodney Sharman in conversation
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