Michael Gordon

Resonant Spaces NYC Tour

Over 2 consecutive weekends this month (April 14 and 21) Mantra Percussion performs my percussion sextet, Timber, in six incredible, unexpected resonant spaces across New York CityCastle Clinton (Manhattan), Federal Hall (Manhattan), DUMBO Archway (Brooklyn), Queens Boulevard 7-Train Viaduct (Queens), Endale Archway in Prospect Park (Brooklyn), Prison Ship Martyrs’ Monument in Fort Greene Park (Brooklyn)…

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David Lang

Tallis Scholars perform ‘sun-centered’ at Carnegie Hall

“Tallis Scholars: the rock stars of Renaissance vocal music!”
The New York Times

On Monday April 8 — appropriately, the 2024 Solar EclipseThe Tallis Scholars give the New York premiere of David Lang’s sun-centered at Carnegie Hall/Zankel Hall. Commissioned for the Tallis Scholars by Cal Performances, Carnegie Hall Corporation, Hopkins Center, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Stanford Live, Virginia Tech and Concertgebouw Bruges (Belgium), the work is a meditation on humanity’s predilection for disbelief…

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Julia Wolfe

Cincinnati Symphony’s May Festival May 17-25

Julia Wolfe named Inaugural Festival Director of
Cincinnati Symphony’s

2024 May Festival
May 17-25

Concerts include the world premiere of Wolfe’s new choral fanfare All that breathes, her recent works with orchestra, Her Story and Pretty, as well as her Pulitzer Prize-winning work for chorus and ensemble, Anthracite Fields; plus Michael Gordon’s Natural History and David Lang’s the national anthems; with special guests the Bang on a Can All-Stars, Lorelei Ensemble, and Steiger Butte Singers joining the Cincinnati Symphony and May Festival Chorus…

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