Tambour – Chapitre I


Sucking fresh breaths from Montreal’s classical music scene is Simon P. Castonguay, better known with thick keys below hands as TambourChapitre I is made of 4 visceral scenes of music, and it’s a contemplative treat for any time, any day, any place, and anyone. Composed to the tune of exploration, Chapitre I is for those who delight in getting lost in the stars as much as they do struggles and loves and cinematic displays of time.

Neo-classical, minimal, and laced with a lust for visual accompaniment, stream the EP below and support the orchestral expressions of Castonguay’s production: Rose Frappier and Audrée Leduc on Violin, Eugénie Lalonde and Mélanie Venditti on Cello and Alto.


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