Pulsations, the new record from Canadian violinist Angele Dubeau, infuses time, rhythm and heart. The music (coming from modern composers like Olafur Arnalds, Jean-Michel Blais and Craig Armstrong) was selected by Dubeau, and strives to evoke imagery and emotional intensity. The contemporary sounds of these composers could fall into the post-minimalist movement, but putting the works into a box of genre or group could take away from the experience that the album (and the singular works) aim to instill.
Classiclectic host Kurt Hauswirth had a chance to speak with Angele by phone, where they discussed the importance of modern composers, as well as the challenges and rewards of working as a classical violinist:
More information on Angele Dubeau can be found here: angeledubeau.com
To preview and purchase Pulsations, visit the Analekta web site.https://www.analekta.com/en/albums/pulsations-angele-dubeau-la-pieta/