Terri Hron , Executive Director
Terri Hron performs and creates music and multimedia works for wide range of settings. Bird on a Wire is a solo performance project in which she learns new practices from other artists, ranging from live electronics in absorb the current (2008) and immersive environments in flocking patterns (2011) to embodied practices in NESTING (2017). She regularly works with other composers, performers and artists from other disciplines. Terri studied musicology and art history at the University of Alberta, recorder performance and contemporary music at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam, and electroacoustic composition at the Université de Montréal. She investigates collective practices and expanded perception in electroacoustic music. Her work is supported by the Canada Council for the Arts, the Fonds de Recherche Société et Culture du Québec and the Conseil des Arts et des Lettres du Québec, among others.
As an administrator and producer, Terri has worked with festivals and ensembles in Canada and Europe, including the Mozart Akademie Amsterdam, De Nacht van..., the NL-CH Festival and Hans Moens Artist Management.
Louise Campbell , Project Manager
Louise Campbell is a Montreal-based musician whose professional hats range from clarinettist to conductor, participatory arts facilitator to cultural mediator. As a performer-composer and improviser, Louise seeks to interrogate and renew the ways in which we make music by creating new works with everyone, regardless of age, ability, level of prior experience, or training. Her specializations include improvisation and creation with untrained (aka ‘amateur’) musicians, improvised conducting, cross-disciplinary creation, collaborative processes, and public engagement. She has toured as a performer, guest artist, and lecturer of improvised and composed musics across Canada, the US, France, Germany, and Brazil.
Philip Fortin , Documentarist