The Noiseborder Ensemble creates and performs multimedia works featuring a combination of acoustic and electronic instruments as well as live processing and mixing of sound and video. Based in Windsor, Ontario, Canada, the group has presented more than twenty original multimedia pieces since its inception in 2008. Members include Sigi Torinus (video, visual design), Trevor Pittman (clarinets, composition), Nicholas Papador (percussion, composition), Chris McNamara (video, sound design), Megumi Masaki (keyboards), Brent Lee (saxophones, composition, sound design). The Noiseborder Ensemble also works on an ongoing basis with collaborating artists nationally and internationally.


The Noiseborder Ensemble @ the VibraFusionLab/LOMAA February 28

355 Clarence St., London, Canada

The performance will feature several recent multimedia works developed by the Noiseborder Ensemble, including Outer DrivePranaParvisI hear your voice in the circling nightCarolina, and What Do People Do All Day? There will also be an interactive installation based on Pitch-a-sketch, where musical sound controls the generation of graphic images in real time. Featured with the Noiseborder Ensemble are Brent Lee (audio, video, saxophone), Sigi Torinus (video), Chris McNamara (audio, video), Anthony Giglio (audio, trumpet), Megumi Masaki (keyboard), Nick Papador (percussion), Trevor Pittman (clarinet), Martin Schiller (audiovisual installation),  and Yiru Chen (video).

Workshop with Brent Lee & Sigi Torinus at Vibrafusion on February 27


February 16, 2015: Sigi Torinus and Andrea Sunder-Plassmann present browsing beauty at Kunstmuseet KUBE in Ålesund, Norway, featuring sound design for their installation Nabor by Brent Lee, as well as sound for bb by the Noiseborder Ensemble. Curated by Tove Lande. Performance at the opening on January 16 by Brent Lee and Sigi Torinus. Show runs until March 1, 2015.

March 28-April 2, 2014: the Noiseborder Ensemble welcomes Sandeep Bhagwati and his colleagues from Matralab at Concordia University in Montreal for a series of presentations and performances, culminating in a collaborative multimedia events on March 31 and April 1.