Frank Horvat has carved a niche for himself among today’s composers, wearing his fragile heart on his sleeve…
– Robert Rowat, CBC Music Fall Album Guide
To join or closely fit together harmoniously
This album marks composer Frank Horvat’s final release in a trilogy that covers the epic year that has been. He began 2021 with the healing electronic sounds of Happiness in a Troubled World, followed by solos for our time, Music for Self-Isolation, and now Horvat releases Project Dovetail. This latest emotionally fervent album, featuring some of Canada’s top chamber musicians, showcases the continued importance of art in our world.
Through Frank’s musical interpretation of my novel, I was able to gain a whole new insight into the life of my characters…
– Suzanne Desrochers, novelist Bride of New France
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I was thrilled to be invited by to participate in this collaborative work…I have long been a fan of Frank’s work as a composer and performer because of its uniqueness and creative risk-taking.
– Lorna Livey, visual artist
Contemporary Classical Chamber
Frank Horvat (piano), Edwin Huizinga (violin), Kathryn Ladano (bass clarinet), Elixir Baroque Ensemble (Sara-Anne Churchill, Felix Deak, Valerie Gordon, Michelle Odorico), Elizabeth Reid (viola), TorQ Percussion Quartet (Richard Burrows, Adam Campbell, Jamie Drake, Daniel Morphy)
Composed and Produced By
The Canterbury Music Co. by Jeremy Darby, Jan – Nov 2020
22 October 2021
A Secret Streamlet, a haunting duo for violin and piano; and Lorna’s Metamorphosis, a brilliant fusion of spoken word and percussion. – Robert Rowat,
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