Three… Two… One…

The Casse-Tête festival approacheth!  Don’t actually casse your tête.  We spoke to Stanley Zappa about dropping a piano, and why you too need to make your own experimental music festival!  Stanley has some serious vision, and so do the many strange and wonderful musicians about to converge on Prince George for a veritable explosion of sound – splinters and all.

In the Thicket

Rebecca Bruton is a composer, violinist and singer-songwriter hailing originally from Calgary, Alberta.  She lived for several years in Toronto, during which time she sang with the Element choir and studied music at York University.  Rebecca’s art practice often involves reinterpreting folk songs, and her arrangements incorporate modernist sounds as well.