Montreal’s Trajectories play CSAC April 19

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Trajectories will perform at the Charlotte Street Arts Centre along with special guests Counting on Downstairs and Emily Kennedy as part of Connexion Artist Run Centre’s 40th anniversary celebrations. 

Connexion Artist Run Centre has been championing contemporary art and artists in New Brunswick since 1984. This year, the organization will celebrate its 40th anniversary with a range of programming spanning past, present, and future activities. One of the first events planned in this year-long celebration is a live performance by the Montreal-based ensemble Trajectories set to take place at the Charlotte Street Arts Centre on April 19. 

Trajectories is an ensemble of electroacoustic composers and interdisciplinary artists based in Montréal and New Brunswick consisting of Charles Harding, Malte Leander, and Connor Cook. The group’s debut album was released in February of this year. Described as a compelling journey through an hour of dark ambient soundscapes, synthesis, and noise, Blood & Breath represents the silver lining that came out of the global pandemic lockdowns of 2020-21 and their aftermath. Collaborating over Zoom and using shared drives, the group engaged with the unique circumstances and states of mind, body and emotion being personally and generally experienced in that historical moment, and the result was this album’s 10 tracks. 

Fredericton’s Counting on Downstairs (Eric Hill) and Emily Kennedy round out the show’s lineup. 

This performance is presented by Connexion ARC in partnership with CSAC. 

Trajectories + Counting on Downstairs + Emily Kennedy | April 19 | 7:30 p.m. | Charlotte Street Arts Centre | Tickets are $15 in advance. $20 at the door. | BUY TICKETS

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