Why should pop stars have all the fun? Check out a new video for Andy Akiho’s “NO one to kNOW one,” featuring our friends Righteous Girls.
One of the oldest stories left to humanity, yet it still can withstand and even thrive in new adaptations… On Thursday and Friday, a new production of Swiss composer Michael Jarrell’s opera Cassandra will be given its US Premiere at Bohemian National Hall in New York City (details below). Based on the 1984 novel by Christa Wolf, theContinue reading “February 6 & 7: Michael Jarrell’s Cassandra Receives US Premiere”
On Friday, pianist Taka Kigawa joins Ensemble LPR for a program of contemporary classical music, both watershed works and new offerings. The concert’s centerpiece is Ligeti’s Piano Concerto. The Ensemble also performs Varèse’s Octandre and Gallery Music by composer/conductor Brad Lubman (best known for his work with Ensemble Signal). Kigawa also plays two solo pieces, Joule by Dai Fujikura and The Thinking Eye by areaContinue reading “Friday: Taka Kigawa and Ensemble LPR”
Chorus, Holly Herndon’s new recording, is out today via RVNG Intl.
File Under ?’s Best Recordings of 2013 (in no particular order) Yvar Mikhashoff, Panorama of American Piano Music (Mode) Robert Levin and Ursula Oppens, Piano Music 1960-2010 – Bernard Rands (Bridge) New York Polyphony, Time Go By Turns (BIS) Julia Holter, Loud City Song (Domino) Jennifer Koh and Shai Wosner, Signs, Games, and Messages (Cedille)Continue reading “31 Memorable Recordings from 2013”
This February, My Education reissues 5 Popes on vinyl.