On Monday, April, 22, Cantaloupe Records inaugurated its Cantaloupe Café series at The Strand in NYC. It took the form of an evening of music and conversation around Shelter—a collaboration between Bang on a Can co-founders Michael Gordon, Julia Wolfe and David Lang.
Martha Cluver, Mellissa Hughes, and Caroline Shaw (known together as Va Vocals) performed “I Want to Live.”
Yesterday, Sunday, March 3, the fourth New Music Bake Sale took place at Roulette in Brooklyn. A great line up of New Music stars delivered some fantastic sets that went very well with Molly Yeh’s killer sriracha sheez-its:
4pm Timo Andres 5pm Exapno members W4 New Music Collective | Exapno members Iktus Percussion 6pm Cadillac Moon Ensemble 7pm ensemble, et al. 8pm Claire Chase of ICE 9pm Mellissa Hughes of Newspeak 10pm Guardian Alien and ZS
A heartfelt thank you to all of you who came to say hello and how much you like what we’re doing at I CARE IF YOU LISTEN. We actually care if you tell us :)
Were you there? What was your favorite food item? Your favorite performance? Let us know in the comments section below…
On Friday, January 11, 2013, Chilly Gonzales gave the US premiere of Piano Concerto No. 1, written for a 10-piece orchestra and commissioned by the Lincoln Center. The first part of the concert featured piano miniatures from Gonzales’ 2011 album “Solo Piano II,” and some of his rap tunes.
On Sunday, September 30, 2012, Third Coast Percussion performed the premiere of Augusta Read Thomas’ Resounding Earth at DeBartolo Performing Arts Center, Notre Dame University. We are very thankful that the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center kindly granted us permission to use Tadashi Omura beautiful pictures of the premiere…