Sounds that gallivanted, catapulted, zigzagged, and, eventually, tangoed: granted “free license” to program a concert of Finnish music, the Chelsea..
Chelsea Music Festival brings Finland and Hungary to NYC
George Lewis premieres “Afterword” at Roulette
Glenn Kotche’s Wild Sound is Unexpectedly Brilliant
Spektral Quartet presents Comic Cadences at Constellation
Hercules in Mato Grosso brings South American opera to New York
New Ensemble Exceptet debuts at Cloud City
Reich’s Three Tales in IMAX at the London Science Museum
An Evening with Barrière and Saariaho
Nedudim: A collaboration between Fifth House Ensemble and Baladino
Mary Kouyoumdjian’s Silent Cranes gives voice to a century of turmoil in U.S. première at Roulette
Marveling in the human voice at Meredith Monk and Vocal Ensemble’s 50th anniversary
2015 Look and Listen Festival Opens at BRIC Arts Media
AACM Celebrates 50th Anniversary at Bohemian National Hall
Three Nights at MATA Keeps Your Ear on its Toes
Voices and Strings concludes Vancouver New Music season
Voices, voices in space, and spaces: Thoughts on 50 years of Meredith Monk
Jóhann Jóhannsson’s Drone Mass at The Temple of Dendur
The ACO presents Sins and Songs at Carnegie Hall
Missy Mazzoli: Composer Portrait Series at Miller Theatre
Bora Yoon’s Sunken Cathedral at the Prototype Festival
Practice, practice, practice: Philip Glass’s Complete Piano Etudes at BAM
The Chelsea Music Festival’s Opening Night Gala took place at Canoe Studios, a warehouse practically falling into the Hudson River..
“Here is your audience instrument; you take it apart like chopsticks,” said the usher, handing me a couple of glued-together..
A string quartet walks into a bar. The cellist gets up on stage and does his best Lenny Bruce impression...