Another October performance

October 13 was such a good time we can’t wait to get the new band at it again. This time we’re “at” the Southern Cross Room of the Tranzac, 10PM, Tuesday, October 24. PWYC. If you haven’t been to the Tranzac, this is a great chance to experience one of Toronto’s staunchest supporters of serious improvised music. As an example, the Tranzac hosts the Toronto Sound Festival, November 26 and 27, a  can’t-miss for Electro-heads. Great beer, too.

Info here: https://www.tranzac.org/

Or see their FB page: https://www.facebook.com/tranzac/

For TSF: https://www.torontosoundfestival.com/

Concert Announcement – October 13

The Canadian Electronic Ensemble was founded in 1971. It is the oldest continuous live-electronic group in the world. As we begin our 46th year, there are some new faces, and some older ones. Here’s a chance to get acquainted and re-acquainted with the CEE.

Friday, October 13, at 8:30PM, at the Canadian Music Centre, 20 St. Joseph Street. This will be the first appearance of the Quintet in Toronto, or in fact, anywhere. Get in on some history being made in the up-close-and-personal Chalmers Performance Space.
Tickets: $10 in advance, $15 at the door.

The CEE is: John Kameeel Farah, David Jaeger, Jim Montgomery, Paul Stillwell, David Sutherland.

The New Look CEE

David Sutherland has joined us as a new member, and we are very pleased indeed. David has his fingers deep into both the analog and digital pies, and as a master of the EMS Synthi AKS (the iconic ’70’s analog synth), he fits right in to the CEE history. We gave the relationship a trial run at the Toronto Sound Festival last October, and, after everybody put their socks back on, we decided to make it official.

Rose Bolton has taken a leave of absence to tend to the demands of an ever-expanding composition and solo performance career and we’re anxious to have her back, but we’ll be a quintet for awhile.