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20
Nov

Our Magazine Is Out On Android!

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“Finally!”

Is that what you just thought when you read this headline? Yeah? Well, me too.

I am really excited to announce that, as of today, our award-winning magazine is now available on Android (phones and tablets). Thanks to our partner, TypeEngine, the experience of our fantastic app was brought from the apple to the tiny green robot.


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27
Oct

This week: concerts in New York (October 27 – November 2, 2014)

Steve Reich

Steve Reich

All-Steve Reich Program: Colin Currie, Daniel Druckman, Simon Crawford-Phillips, Philip Moore

Two of Reich’s early works, Clapping Music and Drumming, will be performed alongside the US premiere of Quartet—co-commissioned by Carnegie Hall. Don’t miss the pre-concert talk starting at 7:00 PM in Zankel Hall: Steve Reich and Colin Currie in conversation with Ara Guzelimian, Provost and Dean, The Juilliard School.
Wednesday, October 29 at 8 PM
Tickets from $35 – $45
Carnegie Hall/Zankel Hall, 57th Street and Seventh Avenue, New York City
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John Supko & Bill Seaman: s_traits, with Wet Ink Ensemble

Wet Ink

Wet Ink

Clocktower Productions and Pioneer Works, Center for Art and Innovation present the release event for composer John Supko’s CD s_traits, created in collaboration with media artist Bill Seaman and the intelligent computer program, bearings_traits. The performance features musicians from Wet Ink Ensemble, performing alongside bearings_traits’ spontaneously generated music, composed by navigating an 110-hour database of audio samples and forging them into multitrack pieces in real time. To complement the music, a video program, arranged by Seaman, projects free-form images in the space.
Wednesday, October 29 at 7:30 PM
Free
Pioneer Works, 159 Pioneer Street, Brooklyn, NY
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Kendall Williams: Composers OutFront!

Pan in Motion: Kendall Williams in Concert features works for steel pan by Williams, American Composers Orchestra’s 2013/2014 Van Lier Emerging Composer Fellow. His pieces display the versatility of the steel pan, an instrument born out of Trinidad and Tobago that is one of the newest acoustical instruments to be incorporated into Caribbean, contemporary classical, and expressive jazz movements. The performers for the evening will be trumpet player Minerva Johnson; NYU Steel Band; and the Crossfire and Brooklyn Steel Orchestras.
Wednesday, October 29 at 7:30 PM
Free
Frederick Loewe Theatre, 35 West 4th Street, New York, NY
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BalletCollective

Hotel Elefant

Hotel Elefant

BalletCollective will present two world premiere ballets that showcase the company’s commitment to artistic collaboration. The program will also include The Impulse Wants Company. All three works will be accompanied by live music performed by the ensemble Hotel Elefant and feature lighting design by Brandon Stirling Baker.
Wednesday, October 29 & 30 at 7:30 PM
Tickets $20-$75
NYU Skirball Center, 566 LaGuardia Place, New York, NY
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17
Oct

I CARE IF YOU LISTEN Magazine: Issue 9 is out!

 

Issue 9 is out now!

Issue 9 of I CARE IF YOU LISTEN Magazine is out!

Ti Ra Ki Ta*  by  Thomas Deneuville

Music for Heart and Breath on Deutsche Grammophon  by  Daniel J. Kushner

Aspen Diaries  by  Aaron Holloway-Nahum

Indian Music in New Music  by  Ronni Reich

Michael Harrison: A Portrait  by  David Dies

Getting Started With Arduino  by  Nick Arner

One Another, Once Again  by  Eli Blumm

Play Me a Story  by  Graham Meyer

Trumpet City a video by  Thomas Deneuville

Isaura String Quartet  by  Thomas Deneuville

New Releases  by  Sam Reising

Are you ready to give it a try? Download the free iOS app! We offer a 7-day free trial, and subscribers have access to all past issues. Sweet, no?

8
Oct

The Fall 2014 Mixtape is Out!

I CARE IF YOU LISTEN's Fall 2014 Mixtape

I am very excited to announce that our Fall 2014 Mixtape is out! Once again, some excellent music was submitted.

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4
Sep

Say Happy Birthday to John Cage on Instagram

John Cage - Photo by Steven Gunther

John Cage – Photo by Steven Gunther

As you probably know, tomorrow is John Cage’s 102nd birthday and we’ve already announced some of the festivities on Monday (let’s add the Cage weekend organized by the John Cage Trust, Fisher Center, and The Bard College Conservatory of Music). We would like to invite you to celebrate the birth of one of the most iconic figures in the story of American music with pizzazz. Yes, I just said pizzazz.

Submit your happy birthday message

Thanks to a partnership with Latergramme, we are now able to accept submissions on Instagram! John Cage’s birthday seemed like the best opportunity to launch this on I CARE IF YOU LISTEN and we will continue to invite people to submit their photos from now on.

How do I submit a photo on Instagram?

It’s really easy. There are basically two things you need to do when you are posting your photo:

  • add a hashtag to your photo: #latergramit
  • mention us: @icareifyoulisten
  • optional: add #Cage102 if you feel like too

That’s it! Note that it won’t work if you add #latergramit and @icareifyoulisten in a comment. It has to be in the initial caption of your photo.

What’s next?

We will review your photos and repost the ones we like, mentioning the submitters. Boom.

Ready? Follow us on Instagram and start sending your Cage b-day wishes!

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