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Café Résonance

5175A Avenue du Parc

Montréal, QC H2V 4G3

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MOOSE TERRIFIC

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Sam Shalabi

Tanya Filyavich

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Moose Terrific is an experimental electronics and synth duo composed of Montreal based musicians Sam Shalabi and Tamara Filyavich. The pair focuses on classic synth sounds but with a lot of polyrhythmic, symphonic, post punk, North African and Ukrainian influences. They have released a debut album called “The Drinks” on the Irish label FortEvilFruit and are currently working on a new one.

Tamara Filyavich has been a sound art producer living in Montreal since 2002. In the last seven years, she began performing as an experimental electronic musician focusing on electroacoustic, sound art and noise music, both as a solo artist and in collaborative projects. Her practice features both composed and improvised music. Over the years she has come to draw inspiration from early synthesizer music, eastern European music, post punk and more.

Sam Shalabi is an Egyptian-Canadian composer and improviser living in Montreal. Beginning in punk rock in the late 70s, his work has evolved into a fusion of experimental, modern Arabic, folklore, post punk and more just to name a few influences.

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Sam Shalabi & Tamara Filyavich

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Moose Terrific est un duo de musique électronique expérimentale pour synthétiseurs formé des musicien.ne.s montréalais.e.s Sam Shalabi et Tamara Filyavich. La paire travaille avec des sons classiques de synthétiseurs en utilisant des influences polyrythmiques, symphoniques, post punk, nord-africaines et ukrainiennes. Leur premier album, The Drinks, est paru sur l’étiquette irlandaise FortEvilFruit. Shalabi et Filyavich travaillent actuellement sur un deuxième enregistrement.

Tamara Filyavich est réalisatrice en art sonore et travaille à Montréal depuis 2002. Au cours des dernières années, elle se produit comme interprète sur les scènes de musique expérimentale et électronique, se concentrant sur l’électroacoustique, l’art sonore et le noise, à la fois en solo et en tant que collaboratrice dans divers projets. Sa pratique se base à la fois sur la musique composée et improvisée. Elle s’inspire des premières musiques pour synthétiseur, de la musique de l’Europe de l’Est, du post punk et plus encore.

Sam Shalabi est compositeur et improvisateur égyptien-canadien, il vit à Montréal. Entamant son parcours avec le punk rock à la fin des années 70, son travail a évolué vers une fusion de genres : expérimental, arabe moderne, folklore, post punk, pour n’en nommer que quelques-uns.

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Café Résonance

5175A Avenue du Parc

Montréal, QC H2V 4G3

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Les Sympathiques is a nonprofit (RLRQ, C. C-38) collective of Montréal musicians, other artists, and supporters who believe that the best way to develop our practice is through performance and sharing with the wider community. Central to this goal is presenting music that we deem rich in artistic quality (i.e. music with depth in its technical, semiotic, and innovative aspects). Our members and participating artists hail primarily from the jazz, classical, and experimental scenes. Our goal is to be a catalyst and binding agent for our musical community; one which stimulates creativity through providing:

-a space and framework for quotidian performance,
-a forum for discussing topical philosophical, theoretical, and practical issues,
-and a conduit for sharing the fruits of this process with each other, and also with the public at large.

We believe that challenging and sophisticated artwork need not remain only in the realm of the concert hall, nor should valued public exhibition be conserved for the occasion of grand festivals. It is our position that a creative state of mind is often easier to attain in a casual and comfortable atmosphere, just as excellence is only achieved through process and continuous effort. Moreover, the quest for creative excellence gains a greater dimensionality and significance when it is undertaken collectively.

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