Posts in Field Reports
The Kronos: Live Mix festival brought the famed quartet to Carnegie Hall for a six-concert smorgasbord.
The Paul Dresher Ensemble shows its post-minimal prowess.
Margaret Brouwer gets angry, but not about her Academy Award in Music from the American Academy of Arts and Letters.
What makes John Luther Adams’s The Place Where You Go to Listen different from other sound installations is that you can’t just drop by for half an hour and take it all in; it changes radically from night to day, from winter to summer, from season to season.
The 2006 Spark Festival of Electronic Music and Art brings together digital artists of various stripes for a celebration of all things plugged in.
What do you get when you cross 16 pianos and a kitchen-sink collection of percussion with robots at the helm? Here, take a listen…
The Holocaust provides inspiration for two poignant but very different works.
A city seeped in contrast and filled with artists is, for now, a lively breeding ground for new electronic sounds. Who knows how long all this will last?
Local presenters come together to give the city a healthy dose of DBR and The Mission.
Take a listen to what the art world is sounding like these days.