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PHI Centre Space A
315 Saint-Paul St West
Montreal, Quebec, H2Y 2M3

Doors: 7 pm
Show: 8pm

General admission*: $26.09
Taxes and fees not included

*Seating not guaranteed

This performance is now sold out.

Ouri is back on our soundstage to celebrate the release of her new LP Frame of a Fauna.

Presented by

OURI by ARI

In her debut album, Ouri shatters the oftentimes submissive and distant approach to ambient sound to finally take up space and connect to her own experience.

She explores the intricate formation of shape in Frame of a Fauna. The intangible is held and the unseen is sung as it inspects the framework of the body- how emotional hardship can imprint, and in turn deform the skeleton. Ouri — a multi instrumentalist, composer and producer — takes her knowledge of big orchestral sound, and creates her own fusion, puncturing the classical with industrial abrasions and electronic nuance.

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