Angele Dubeau http://wrti.org en Crossover Goes to the Movies with Angele Dubeau and La Pieta http://wrti.org/post/crossover-goes-movies-angele-dubeau-and-la-pieta <p></p><p>This week, Jill speaks with a returning favorite guest, acclaimed Canadian violinist Angele Dubeau. Dubeau and her all-female string ensemble, <em>La Pieta</em>, recently released an album dedicated to the music of the movies. <em>Silence, on joue! A Time for Us,</em> gets its subtitle from the Nino Rota composition used in the Franco&nbsp;Zefirelli film, <em>Romeo and Juliet</em>. The ensemble effortlessly glides through movie music from John Williams to Erich Korngold, from <em>Cinema Paradiso </em>to the<em> Lord of the Rings,</em> and much more, with the same attention to performance as it gives to Bartok, Vivaldi, Glass, Cage, and others.</p><p>http://youtu.be/zUWneBGoTh8</p><p><strong>Listen to <em>Crossover </em>on Saturday mornings at 11:30 am&nbsp;on WRTI-FM, with an encore Friday evening at 7 pm on WRTI's all-classical web stream and HD-2.</strong></p><p> Sat, 02 Feb 2013 09:40:01 +0000 Joe Patti & Jill Pasternak 5079 at http://wrti.org Crossover Goes to the Movies with Angele Dubeau and La Pieta Mark Pinto Recommends: Game Music http://wrti.org/post/mark-pinto-recommends-game-music <p>Let me make one thing clear: I am not a gamer. I am, however, an admirer of the recordings of La Pieta, the Canadian all-female string orchestra, and their leader, violinist Angele Dubeau. In particular, I appreciate their impeccable musicianship and the good taste of the arrangements that are composed for the ensemble. In recent recordings, they've championed the music of notable contemporary composers Philip Glass, John Adams, and Arvo Part, all favorites of mine. &nbsp;<br> Mon, 14 Jan 2013 23:08:12 +0000 Mark Pinto 5015 at http://wrti.org Mark Pinto Recommends: Game Music A Classical Musician's Game Theory http://wrti.org/post/classical-musicians-game-theory Though it may not be on any singles charts, the theme from <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DehK_Y0TUbE" target="_blank">Angry Birds</a> is likely one of the most widely heard pieces of music ever. For Canadian violinist Angèle Dubeau, that's just one reason to take it seriously — even though it originated in a video game.<p>On her latest album, <em>Game Music</em> — or, in her home of Quebec, <em>Musique de jeux vidéo</em> — Dubeau interprets a variety of video game themes with her string quartet, La Pieta. Mon, 10 Dec 2012 21:23:00 +0000 NPR Staff 4865 at http://wrti.org A Classical Musician's Game Theory Canadian Violinist Angele Dubeau http://wrti.org/post/canadian-violinist-angele-dubeau <p>Jill Pasternak speaks with violinist Angele Dubeau about her newest CD release with her string ensemble La Pieta - <i>John Adams: Portrait</i> - an interpretation of works by American composer John Adams.</p> Wed, 13 Jul 2011 13:42:00 +0000 Jill Pasternak 2570 at http://wrti.org Canadian Violinist Angele Dubeau Canadian Violinist Angele Dubeau http://wrti.org/post/canadian-violinist-angele-dubeau-0 <p>One of Canada's most prominent virtuoso violinists, Angele Dubeau has performed on the world's greatest stages in a spectacular career that has spanned over 30 years with performances in over 30 countries. While her talent, virtuosity, and musicality have been recognized with many awards over the years, audiences have connected with Dubeau because of her captivating performances, generosity, and passion.</p> Sat, 25 Jul 2009 16:59:00 +0000 Jill Pasternak 2178 at http://wrti.org Canadian Violinist Angele Dubeau