NYC Calendar February 2020

SATURDAY, February 1
8PM The Stone Series: Laurie Anderson with Susie Ibarra
VENUE: happylucky no.1

SUNDAY, February 2
3PM Word Up – Implicit Arches – Miguel Frasconi (electronics), Kurt Gottschalk (guitar), and Will Glass (drums)

VENUE: Word Up: Community Bookshop – Libreria Comunitaria

TUESDAY, February 4
8:30 pm John Zorn (sax) Jorge Roeder (bass) Sylvie Courvoisier (piano)
VENUE: The Stone

WEDNESDAY, February 5
7 PM Argento’s The Double Take Project
Arnold Schoenberg, Totel Winkel (1899)
Erin Gee, Mouthpiece 29 (2016)
Arnold Schoenberg, Verklarte Nacht (1899)
Erin Gee, Mouthpiece 29b (2020) WORLD PREMIERE
Charmaine Lee, voice
Carol McGonnell, clarinet
Erin Gee, vocalist and composer
Argento New Music Project
Michel Galante, conductor

WEDNESDAY, February 5
8:00pm Terry Riley’s In C presented by Darmstadt (16th Annual Performance)
ADMISSION: $25-$40

WEDNESDAY, February 5
8:30 pm Ned Rothenberg (clarinets, shakuhachi) Mark Feldman (violin) Mat Maneri (viola) Sylvie Courvoisier (piano)
VENUE: The Stone

THURSDAY, February 6
8:30 pm Mary Halvorson (guitar) Sylvie Courvoisier (piano)
VENUE: The Stone

FRIDAY, February 7
8:30 pm Sylvie Courvoisier (piano) Thomas Morgan (bass) Kenny Wollesen (drums)
VENUE: The Stone

SATURDAY, February 8
8:30 pm Wadada Leo Smith (trumpet) Sylvie Courvoisier (piano) Kenny Wollesen (drums)
VENUE: The Stone

SUNDAY, February 9
7PM: An evening of improvisational pairings between one musician and one dancer. Unplanned and unrehearsed.
A. Eithne Hamilton (Asheville) + Laurie Amat (Providence)
Liz Roncka (Boston) + Matthew Azevedo (Providence)
Anh Vo (NYC) + Aaron Novik (NYC)

SUNDAY, February 9
7 pm Brandon Lopez presents
VENUE: Spectrum

TUESDAY, February 11
8:00 PM Kaze: Satoko Fujii, Kappa Maki, Christian Bezos, Peter Menard

Kaze: Satoko Fujii, Kappa Maki, Christian Bezos, Peter Menard

VENUE: Roulette
ADMISSION: $18/$25

FRIDAY, February 14
9 pm Jay Campbell, cello & Conor Hanick, piano
Marcos Balter, New work (world premiere)
Natacha Diels, Flight Patterns (world premiere)
John Zorn, “The Rule of Three” from A Brief History of Witchcraft (world premiere)
VENUE: Buttenwieser Hall (92nd Street Y )
ADMISSION: from $25

SUNDAY, February 16
6pm: Nick Fraser / Tony Malaby / Brandon Lopez – Drums / Tenor Sax / ContraBass

SUNDAY, February 16 – MONDAY, February 17
Philip Glass Ensemble performs Music in Twelve Parts
Philip Glass will not be performing as part of these concerts.
ADMISSION: $25-$40

WEDNESDAY, February 19
7:30 PM: Ensemble Échappé – Convergences
Christopher Trapani: Convergence Lines
Isabel Mundry: Dufay Bearbeitungen
Elliott Carter: Tempo e tempi
VENUE: The Italian Academy

TUESDAY, February 25
8:30 pm 3Dom Factor with Uri Caine and Tim Hagans
Tim Hagans (trumpet) Jon Irabagon (saxophone) Joe Fonda (bass) Mark Helias (bass, clarinet) Barry Altschul (drums) Uri Caine (piano)
VENUE: The Stone

WEDNESDAY, February 26
8:30 pm I Don’t Hear Nothin’ but the Blues
Ava Mendoza (guitar) Mick Barr (guitar) Jon Irabagon (saxophone) Mike Pride (drums)
VENUE: The Stone

THURSDAY, February 27
8:30 pm Jon Irabagon (solo saxophone)
VENUE: The Stone

THURSDAY, February 27
8:00 PM: CP Unit Record Release: One Foot on the Ground Smoking Mirror Shakedown
CP Unit:
Chris Pitsiokos ñ alto saxophone, electronics, composer
Sam Lisabeth ñ electric guitar
Henry Fraser ñ electric bass
Jason Nazary ñ drums and electronics

CP String Ensemble:
Chris Pitsiokos ñ composer, electronics
Joanna Mattrey ñ viola
Aliya Ultan ñ cello
Webb Crawford ñ guitar
Henry Fraser ñ contrabass
VENUE: Roulette
ADMISSION: $18/$25

FRIDAY, February 28
8:30 pm Jon Irabagon Quartet
Jon Irabagon (saxophone) Matt Mitchell (piano) Chris Lightcap (bass) Dan Weiss (drums)
VENUE: The Stone

FRIDAY, February 28
Ukrainian Contemporary Music Festival 2020
UCMF_animation5:00 PM Roundtable 50 Years of Ukrainian Culture: Music, Literature and Art
6:30 PM Concert:
Myroslav Skoryk, Three Extravagant Dances
Ihor Shcherbakov, Canzone for Two Violins
Virko Baley, Journey after Loves
Yevhen Stankovych, Kupala Songs
Hanna Havrylets, A Red Sun after Oleksandr Oles
VENUE: Elebash Recital Hall, The Graduate Center (365 Fifth Ave)

FRIDAY, February 28
8:30 John Zorn’s SIMULACRUM
John Medeski organ, Matt Hollenberg guitar, Kenny Grohowski drums
VENUE: The Sultan Room

FRIDAY, February 28- SATURDAY, February 29
8PM The Stone Series: Uri Caine
VENUE: happylucky no.1

SATURDAY, February 29
Ukrainian Contemporary Music Festival 2020
4:00 PM Music and Revolution in Ukraine: Panel Discussion
6:00 PM Concert:
Nikolai Roslavets, Meditation for cello and piano
Valentyn Sylvestrov, Three Songs and Kitsch Music

Ostap Manulyak, Oracle for ensemble
Ivan Taranenko, Global Bells for piano
Svyatoslav Lunyov, Dances of New Russians for two piano
Yevhen Stankovych, Maidan Fresco for violin and piano
Karmella Tsepkolenko, Cycles of the Black Moon for violin and piano
Serhii Zazhytko, To Samuel Beckett for bass and actor
Ludmila Yurina, Shadows and Ghosts for solo piano
VENUE: Lang Recital Hall, Hunter College, CUNY (695 Park Avenue)

NYC Calendar January 2020

TUESDAY, January 7
8:30 pm TRIO
Mary Halvorson (guitar) Anaïs Maviel (voice and percussion) María Grand (saxophone)
VENUE: The Stone

FRIDAY, January 10 – SATURDAY, January 11
8PM William Parker: Trail of Tears Continuum 1492-2020
William Parker: composition, lyrics, bass
Fred Moten: poetry
Tracie Morris: poetry
Mara Rosenbloom: piano
AnneMarie Sandy: mezzo soprano
Steve Swell: trombone
Rob Brown: alto sax
Dave Sewelson: baritone sax
Hamid Drake: drums
Andrea Wolper: voice
Raina Sokolov Gonzalez: voice
Patricia Nicholson; choreography
Jason Jordan dance
Miriam Parker: dance
Jo Wood Brown: visual images
VENUE: Roulette
ADMISSION: $18/$25

January 10 – January 19
7:30 PM NOT I By Samuel Beckett
Performed by Jess Thom
Directed by Matthew Pountney
ADMISSION: from $25

SATURDAY, January 11
8PM A Musical Tribute to Steve Dalachinsky, NYC Winter Jazzfest
No Agenda Family with the Subterranean Spirit Band
An inter-generational night of music; we celebrate the life of Steve Dalachinsky
with Daniel Carter, Dave Liebman, Matt Shipp, Ellen Christi, Lisa Sokolov, Cooper Moore, Jean Carla Rodea, Gerald Cleaver, Ingrid Laubrock, Jaimie Branch, Ka Baird, Sarah Bernstein, Kenny Wolleson, James Brandon Lewis, Shelley Hirsch, Pasquale Canginao, Samara Lubelski, Charlie Waters, Jason Kao Hwang, Tom Surgal, Lin Culberston, Ira Kaplan, Georgia Hubley, Baba Israel, Kris Davis, Luke Stewart, Ernie Brooks, Matt Mottel, Kevin Shea & Nicola Hein. w/ Films by Robert OíHaire of Steve Dalachinsky in performance. Plus special guests to be announced.
Organized by Yuko Otomo, Matt Mottel & Winter Jazzfest
VENUE: Nuyorican Poets Cafe
ADMISSION: sold out

SUNDAY, January 12
8PM Winter Jazzfest: Kris Davisí Diatom Ribbons with Terri Lyne Carrington, Val Jeanty plus special guests Tony Malaby and Trevor Dunn with Harish Raghavan
VENUE: Sultan Room
ADMISSION: $20 – $25

MONDAY, January 13
8PM String Orchestra of Brooklyn: afterimage
Chris Cerroneís High Windows

Jacob Cooperís Stabat Mater Dolorosa
VENUE: Roulette
ADMISSION: $18/$25

TUESDAY, January 14
8:30 pm Ches Smith, Craig Taborn and Mat Maneri with very special guest
Ches Smith (drums, percussion) Craig Taborn (piano) Mat Maneri (viola) special guest (guitar)
VENUE: The Stone

THURSDAY, January 16
7:30 PM New Milestones: Electronic Chamber Music in a New Form
Thomas Meadowcroft, Cradles for Percussion Duo with Wurlitzer e-Piano (2013)
Kaija Saariaho, Trois rivières for Percussion Quartet and Electronics (1994)
Karlheinz Stockhausen, Kontakte for Piano, Percussion, and Electronic Sounds (1958-60)
Michael Brown, Piano
Christopher Froh, Percussion
Ayano Kataoka, Percussion
Eduardo Leandro, Percussion
Ian David Rosenbaum, Percussion
David Adamcyk, Electronics
VENUE: Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse (Lincoln Center)

FRIDAY, January 17
8PM The Stone Series: Patricia Brennan and guests
Jon Irabagon – Saxophone
Adam OíFarrill – Trumpet
Matt Mitchell – Piano
Tomas Fujiwara – Drums
VENUE: happylucky no.1

SATURDAY, January 18
8:30 pm Laugh Ash
Jennifer Choi (violin) Anna Webber (flutes) Nate Wooley (trumpet) Oscar Noriega (clarinets) Cory Smythe (piano) Ches Smith (drums, vibraphone, electronics)
VENUE: The Stone

SUNDAY, January 19
2 PM-8 PM Steve Dalachinsky Memorial
VENUE: Artists Space

WEDNESDAY, January 22
The Mendoza Pavone Winter Music Series
8 PM Phylis and Aristotle
9 PM Angela Morris’ Medium Low
VENUE: happylucky no.1

Friday, January 24
7:30PM Trailblazers: Pioneering Women Composers of the 20th Century
New Juilliard Ensemble
Joel Sachs, Director and Conductor
Jacqueline Fontyn (Belgium) Méandres (2009-10, U.S. premiere)
Ursula Mamlok (Germany/U.S.) Girasol (Sunflowers, 1990)
Ruth Crawford Seeger (U.S.) Three Songs, low female voice (1930-32)
Elisabeth Lutyens (U.K.) 6 Tempi (1957)
Galina Ustvolskaya (U.S.S.R.) Octet (1950)
VENUE: Peter Jay Sharp Theater

SATURDAY, January 25
9 PM Kronos Quartet
Michael Gordon, Clouded Yellow
Philip Glass, Quartet Satz
Missy Mazzoli, Enthusiasm Strategies
Misato Mochizuki, Boids
Terry Riley , “The Electron Cyclotron Frequency Parlour” from Sun Rings
Terry Riley, “One Earth, One People, One Love” from Sun Rings
Bryce Dessner, Le Bois (World Premiere)
Steve Reich, Different Trains
VENUE: Zankel Hall (Carnegie Hall)
ADMISSION: $63 to $75

MONDAY, January 27
8PM Nels Cline: From Cage to Cunningham
Ryland Angel: Voice
Zeena Parkins: Harp
Jorge Roeder: Acoustic bass
Nels Cline: Acoustic Guitar
VENUE: roulette
ADMISSION: $18/$25

TUESDAY, January 28
7:30 pm Ecstatic Music: Bang on a Can People’s Commissioning Fund Concert
Featuring world premieres by Amanda Berlind, Alvin Curran, Hildur Guðnadóttir and Qasim Naqvi, plus New York composer Phil Kline’s Exquisite Corpses and Julius Eastman’s super-groove Stay on It.
VENUE: Merkin Hall

WEDNESDAY, January 29
The Mendoza Pavone Winter Music Series
8 PM J.Pavone String Octet
9 PM Ava Mendoza
VENUE: happylucky no.1

WEDNESDAY, January 29
8:30 pm Sam Gill/Simon Barker; Marc Hannaford, Scott Tinkler, Ingrid Laubrock, Josh Sinton,
Tom Rainey
VENUE: Ibeam

Friday, January 31
7:30PM Trailblazers: Pioneering Women Composers of the 20th Century
Juilliard Orchestra
Anne Manson, Conductor
Samuel DeCaprio, Cello
Raphael Vogl, Organ
Betsy Jolas, A Little Summer Suite (2015, New York premiere)
Grażyna Bacewicz, Cello Concerto No. 2 (1963) (Samuel DeCaprio, cello)
Ethel Smyth, On the Cliffs of Cornwall (Prelude to Act II of The Wreckers) (1904)
Thea Musgrave, Rainbow (1990)
Sofia Gubaidulina, The Rider on the White Horse (2002, New York premiere) (Raphael Vogl, organ)
VENUE: Alice Tully Hall

FRIDAY, January 31
8 PM The Stone Series: Laurie Anderson
VENUE: happylucky no.1

FRIDAY, January 31
8PM Alvin Curran: Shofar Rags XXLAlvin Curran: shofar, conch shell, corrugated tubes, piano, midi-keyboard, computer
Angelo-Maria Farro: sound design


VENUE: Roulette
ADMISSION: $18/$25

NYC Calendar December 2019

SUNDAY, December 1
5 PM Taka Kigawa plays Feldman’s Triadic Memories (Second Annual Modern Piano (+) Festival)
Morton Feldman — Triadic Memories (1981)
VENUE: Spectrum

MONDAY, December 2
8:30 PM James Romig’s STILL
Ashlee Mack (solo piano)
VENUE: The Stone

TUESDAY, December 3
8:30 PM Sylvie Courvoisier and Mary Halvorson
Sylvie Courvoisier (piano), Mary Halvorson (guitar)
VENUE: The Stone

TUESDAY, December 3
7 pm Resonant City: Venice
Madrigals for cello, choir, and city
by Andrea Liberovici
Wick Simmons, cello; Fractio Modi, vocal quartet
VENUE: The Italian Academy

TUESDAY, December 3
7:30 PM Kafka Fragments

Ah Young Hong, soprano
Jacob Ashworth, violin
György Kurtág (b. 1926)
Kafka Fragments, Op. 24 (1985-1987)
VENUE: Spectrum

TUESDAY, December 3
9 PM elliott sharp & frances-marie uitti
Elliott Sharp (Guitar), Frances Marie Uitti (cello)
VENUE: Bar Lunatico (486 Halsey St, Brooklyn)

WEDNESDAY, December 4
7 PM Elliott Sharp (Guitar), Frances Marie Uitti (cello), Mark Feldman (violin), Ayman Fanous (guitar)
VENUE: Spectrum

THURSDAY, December 5
8pm Composer Portraits: Bright Sheng
Curtis 20/21 Ensemble
Bright Sheng piano, conductor
Clearwater Rhapsody (2018)
Deep Red (2014)
Dance Capriccio (2011)
String Quartet No. 4 “Silent Temple” (2000)
VENUE: Miller Theatre
ADMISSION: from $20

December 5–January 10
Various times: Judgment Day
A Park Avenue Armory Production
By Ödön von Horváth, Adapted by Christopher Shinn, Directed by Richard Jones
Paul Steinberg, Set Design
Mimi Jordan Sherin, Lighting Design
Antony McDonald, Costume Design
Daniel Kluger, Original Music and Sound Design
Drew Levy, Sound Design
Anjali Mehra, Movement Director
VENUE: Park Avenue Armory
ADMISSION: from $55

FRIDAY, December 6
7PM + 9PM Phyllis Chen, Work-in-Progress
This work-in-progress examines the intersection between traditional Shodo calligraphy performance and live music and is created in collaboration with shodo artist Masako Inkyo and choreographer/dancer Jodi Melnick.
VENUE: Rudolf Nureyev Studio Baryshnikov Arts Center

FRIDAY, December 6
8 PM Charmaine Lee: Laminals Iii With Tyshawn Sorey & Ikue Mori
VENUE: ISSUE Project Room
ADMISSION: Free ($10 suggested donation)

SATURDAY, December 7
7:30 PM Sō Percussion and Friends
A Percussion Century
Varèse, Ionisation
Chávez, Largo from Toccata for Percussion Instruments
Beyer, March for 30 Percussion Instruments
Cage, Third Construction
Xenakis, “Peaux” from Pléïades
David Lang Part 3 from the so-called laws of nature
Steve Reich Clapping Music
Dan Trueman “120bpm” from neither Anvil nor Pulley
Julia Wolfe Forbidden Love (NY Premiere, co-commissioned by Carnegie Hall)
VENUE: Zankel Hall
ADMISSION: $38-$48

TUESDAY, December 10
8:00 pm Judith Berkson and Ordinary Affects
Judith Berkson – voice, accordion, piano
Mick Barr – guitar
JPA Falzone – percussion, keyboards
Laura Cetilia – cello
Morgan Evans-Weiler – violin
Jordan Dykstra – viola
Luke Damrosch – percussion TBA

VENUE: Roulette
ADMISSION: $18/$25

TUESDAY, December 10
8:30 PM Improvisations
Ikue Mori (solo electronics) John Zorn (sax) Zeena Parkins (harp) Sylvie Courvoisier (piano) and special guests
VENUE: The Stone

THURSDAY, December 12
7:30pm Karuna: Hamid Drake, Adam Rudolph, Alexis Marcelo
Hamid Drake (percussion)
Adam Rudolph (percussion)
Alexis Marcelo (piano)
VENUE: David Rubinstein Lincoln Center Atrium (Broadway between W 62nd and W 63rd, NYC)

THURSDAY, December 12
8:30 PM Trio
Ikue Mori (electronics) Brian Marsala (keyboards) Ches Smith (drums)
VENUE: The Stone

FRIDAY, December 13
8:30 Mahobin Trio with Nate Wooley
Ikue Mori (electronics) Satoko Fujii (piano) Kappamaki (trumpet) Nate Wooley (trumpet)

VENUE: The Stone

SATURDAY, December 14
8PM John Zorn: Heaven and Earth Magick
Steve Gosling: piano
Sae Hashimoto: vibes
Jorge Roeder: bass
Tyshawn Sorey: drums
Descent Into The Maelstrom
Acephale (World Premiere)
Konx Om Pax
VENUE: Roulette

SUNDAY, December 15
3 PM Kathleen Supové/Exploding Piano (Second Annual Modern Piano (+) Festival)
Kathleen Supové’s Exploding Piano -“No More Than A Flash Of Lightning” by Randall Woolf, for piano, shakuhachi, and banjo.
+James Nyoraku Schlefer, shakuhachi, and James Moore, banjo
VENUE: Spectrum

SUNDAY, December 15
8:30 PM Matt Mitchell (Second Annual Modern Piano (+) Festival)
VENUE: Spectrum

MONDAY, December 16
8pm Brandon Lopez: sun burns out your eyes
Brandon Lopez (bass, compositions), Gerald Cleaver (drums), Cecilia Lopez (electronics), and Steve Baczkowski (saxophone).
VENUE: Roulette
ADMISSION: $18/$25

WEDNESDAY, December 18
8 p.m. The S.E.M. Ensemble: Music As Situation
Ian Davis: Three Movements for Ensemble (2019) (World Premiere)
Petr Kotik: Tubamirum (2019) (World Premiere)
Judith Berkson: Partial Memories Part III (2019) (U.S. Premiere)
John Cage: Cheap Imitation( 1969)
Sean Kiley: ancient cascades (2019) (U.S. Premiere)
Petr Kotik: Torso (String Quartet No. 2) (2012)
VENUE: Paula Cooper Gallery (524 W 26th St, NYC)

WEDNESDAY, December 18
9PM Andrea Parkins
VENUE: Experimental Intermedia

FRIDAY, December 20
7PM Terry Riley Live at 85
Interpretations on Standards for Solo Piano
Terry Riley (piano)
Mandala Miniatures for Saxophone Quartet
Travis Laplante
Dan Blake
Caroline Davis
Scott Robinson
John Zorn and Terry Riley
Tread on the Trail
Gyan Riley (guitar)
David Cossin (drums)
Greg Chudzik (bass)
Caroline Davis (saxophone)
Travis Laplante (saxophone)
Nathan Koci (accordion)
VENUE: pioneer works

Friday, December 20
8PM The Stone Series: Ches Smith Quartet
Ches Smith Quartet:
Mary Halvorson (guitar), Liberty Ellman (guitar), Nick Dunston (bass), Ches Smith (drums, percussion, electronics)
VENUE: happylucky no.1

SATURDAY, December 21
7PM Terry Riley Live at 85
Terry Riley (piano)
Gyan Riley (guitar)
A Rainbow in Curved Air
Ensemble of special guest musicians to be announced
VENUE: pioneer works

SATURDAY, December 28
8:00 PM The Stone Series: JIM BLACK with Mazz Swift & Sylvie Courvoisier
Jim Black (drums, laptop)
Mazz Swift (violin, voice)
Sylvie Courvoisier (piano)
VENUE: happyluckyno1

Monday, December 30
9pm Tom Rainey, Ingrid Laubrock, Mary Halvorson
Ingrid Laubrock, saxophone
Mary Halvorson, guitar
Tom Rainey, drums
VENUE: Bar Lunatico (486 Halsey St, Brooklyn)

NYC Calendar November 2019

FRIDAY, November 1
8 PM Synchrony Series: Album Release Concert
Jane Ira Bloom, soprano saxophone, Ned Rothenberg, woodwinds, Julie Ferrara, oboe, James Zollar, trumpet, Ray Anderson, trombone, David Taylor, bass trombone, Min Xiao-Fen, pipa, Denman Maroney, piano, Mark Dresser, bass, Gerry Hemingway, drumset, Sarah Weaver, conductor, composer
VENUE: The DiMenna Center for Classical Music

FRIDAY, November 1 – SUNDAY, November 3
8:30 and 10:30 PM John Zorn: NEW MASADA QUARTET
John Zorn (saxophone)
Julian Lage (guitar)
Jorge Roeder (bass)
Kenny Wollesen (drums)
VENUE: Village Vanguard

FRIDAY, November 1 – SATURDAY, November 2
8 PM ECM Records at 50
Meredith Monk, Joe Lovano, Craig Taborn, Vijay Iyer, Avishai Cohen, Ravi Coltrane, Bill Frisell, Mark Turner, Larry Grenadier, Wadada Leo Smith, Anja Lechner, Ethan Iverson, Enrico Rava, Egberto Gismonti, Matthew Garrison, and Jack DeJohnette
VENUE: Rose Theater (Lincoln Center)
ADMISSION: $40-130

WEDNESDAY, November 6
6:30 – 7:30 PM Loren Connors: Autumn’s Sun celebration
In celebration of Blank Forms Editions’ publication of Autumn’s Sun, Suzanne Langille and Yuko Otomo will read from the book followed by a short performance by Loren Connors.
VENUE: Unnameable Books

THURSDAY, November 7
8 pm Ramin Amir Arjomand, piano
Arjomand: Improvisation
Giacinto Scelsi: Quattro Illustrazioni (“Four illustrations of the metamorphoses of Vishnu,” 1953)
Scelsi: Poemi (1934/1937)
J.S. Bach: Fugue No. 8 in D-sharp minor (Well-Tempered Clavier II)
VENUE: The Italian Academy

FRIDAY November 8 –  SATURDAY December 7 (selected dates)
Akhnaten, an opera by Philip Glass
VENUE: Metropolitan Opera House
ADMISSION: $36-395

FRIDAY, November 8
8:30 pm Peter Evans Ensemble
Peter Evans (trumpets, compositions) Sam Pluta (live electronics) Levy Lorenzo (percussion, electronics) Ron Stabinsky (piano, synths)
VENUE: The Stone

SUNDAY, November 10
7:30 PM An Evening of Music by Leonid Desyatnikov
The program features Desyatnikov’s chamber pieces composed in various years—from his landmark Love and Life of a Poet, a song cycle on the poetry of Daniil Kharms and Nikolai Oleinikov, to Songs of Bukovina, a new piece loosely based on Ukrainian folk songs.
VENUE: Weill Recital Hall (Carnegie Hall)
ADMISSION: $40 – $45

SUNDAY, November 10
7:30 pm Composers Concordance Estonian Connections
Maarika Järvi and Monika Mattiesen, flute
Martin Kuuskman, bassoon
CompCord Ensemble
Composers: Seth Boustead, Dan Cooper, Kristjan Järvi, Tõnu Kõrvits, Mark Kostabi,Arvo Pärt, Gene Pritsker, David Rozenblatt, Erkki-Sven Tüür, Mari Vihmand
VENUE: Symphony space

SUNDAY, November 10
2:30 OTOT album release party
Aaron Novik- b flat clarinet
Anna Webber- flute
Kasey Knudsen- alto sax
Michael Coleman- piano
Kurt Kotheimer- bass
Vijay Anderson- drums
VENUE: Spectrum

SUNDAY, November 10

WEDNESDAY, November 13
8:30 pm FIRM ROOTS
Aruan Ortiz (piano) Darius Jones (sax) Ches Smith (drums)
VENUE: The Stone

THURSDAY, November 14
7:30 pm Attacca Quartet with Caroline Shaw
Attaca Quartet
Caroline Shaw, voice
All-Caroline Shaw Program
Plan and Elevation
Songs for Strings and Voice
VENUE: David Rubenstein Atrium (Lincoln Center)

THURSDAY, November 14
8pm Composer Portraits: Annea Lockwood
Estelí Gomez voice
Nate Wooley trumpet
Into the Vanishing Point (2019) world premiere, co-commissioned by New York State Council on the Arts and Miller Theatre
Becoming Air (2018)
Ear-Walking Woman (1996)
I Give You Back (1995)
VENUE: Miller Theatre
ADMISSION: starting at $20

FRIDAY, November 15
8 PM Aacm Concert Series 2019
Douglas R. Ewart and Adegoke Steve Colson Duo
Douglas R. Ewart – multi-instrumentalist
Adegoke Steve Colson – piano
Oliver Lake Organ Quartet
Jared Gold – organ
Freddie Hendrix – trumpet
Pheeroan Aklaff – drums
VENUE: Symphony space

SATURDAY, November 16
8pm Brandee Younger Quintet
Brandee Younger, harp
Chelsea Baratz, saxophone
Anne Drummond flute
Dezron Douglas, bass
E.J. Strickland, drums

VENUE: Miller Theatre
ADMISSION: starting at $20

SATURDAY, November 16
8 pm JACK Quartet & Colin Currie, percussion
Xenakis, Rebonds B
Farrin, Hypersea (New York premiere)
Xenakis, Tetras
Akiho, New Quintet (New York premiere)
VENUE: 92nd Street Y
ADMISSION: from $53

SATURDAY, November 16
7.30pm + 9.30pm John Escreet

VENUE: Jazz Gallery
ADMISSION: $10/$35

MONDAY, November 18
7PM Luc Ferrari: Stereo Spasms
Et tournent les sons dans la garrigue (1977)
Stereo tape and free instrumentation
Tania Caroline Chen: piano
David Grubbs: electric guitar
Eli Keszler: percussion
Jon Leidecker: electronics
Thurston Moore: electric guitar
Matana Roberts: alto saxophone

Les ProtoRythmiques (2004-5)
For two DJs
Jon Leidecker
Keith Fullerton Whitman
VENUE: Pioneer Works
ADMISSION: $20/$35 for both days

TUESDAY, November 19
7PM Luc Ferrari: Stereo Spasms
Brunhild Ferrari and David Grubbs in conversation

Ephèmére (1974)
Tape alone or to be played with various instruments (free instrumentation)
Four-channel recorded realization by Jim O’Rourke (2019)

Tautologos III (1969; Chicago Version, 2001)
For any group of instruments
Tania Caroline Chen: electronics
Brunhild Ferrari: piano
David Grubbs: electric guitar
Eli Keszler: percussion
Jon Leidecker: electronics
Chris McIntyre: trombone
Thurston Moore: electric guitar
VENUE: Pioneer Works
ADMISSION: $20/$35 for both days

SATURDAY, November 23
7:30 pm Carter, Lewis, Feldman, and Glass | AXIOM
Jeffrey Milarsky, Conductor
Adam Phan, Harp
Jaeden Izik-Dzurko, Piano
Elliott Carter, Mosaic (2004) (Adam Phan, harp)
George Lewis, Ikons (2011)
Morton Feldman, Madame Press Died Last Week at Ninety (1970)
Philip Glass, “The Hours”: A Suite for Three Movements (arr. Michael Riesman) (Jaeden Izik-Dzurko, piano)
VENUE: Alice Tully Hall (Lincoln Center)

SATURDAY, November 23
7:00 PM Nate Wooley: Seven Storey Mountain VI
VENUE: Blank Forms at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church

Nate Wooley: Seven Storey Mountain VI


SUNDAY, November 24
3 PM Kathleen Supove, piano: Eye to Ivory

VENUE: Spectrum

FRIDAY, November 29
7:30 PM Quick Poses
music by Louis Andriessen, Willy Burkhard, Stefano Gervasoni, Elizabeth Hoffman, Denis Schuler and Yvonne Troxler
VENUE: Leonard Nimoy Thalia Theatre

podcast #3 The Ah of Steve Dalachinsky

This podcast is a tribute to an award-winning downtown New York free-jazz poet and concert aficionado, Steve Dalachinsky. It features Dalachinsky’s studio and concert recordings with Thurston Moore, Tom Surgal, Vito Ricci, Vernon Reid, Matthew Shipp, Aaron Novik, Please the Trees, Pasquale Cangiano, Asiff Tsahar and Marcos Campello, and an interview with one of his publishers, Matvei Yankelevich.

1. incomplete directions, Steve Dalachinsky (poetry) and Vito Ricci (electronics), incomplete directions (Knitting Factory Records, 1999).
2. in the book of ice #5 (this is a jazz poem not), Steve Dalachinsky (poetry), Thurston Moore (acoustic guitar), Tom Surgal (drums and percussion), incomplete directions (Knitting Factory Records, 1999).
3. slim slow swimmer, Steve Dalachinsky (poetry) and Vernon Reid (acoustic guitar), incomplete directions (Knitting Factory Records, 1999).
4. slim slow swimmer, Steve Dalachinsky (poetry) and Matthew Shipp (piano), incomplete directions (Knitting Factory Records, 1999).
5. Steve Dalachinsky & Please The Trees, live at Pianos, NYC, March 23, 2014.
6. Steve Dalachinsky (voice) and Pasquale Cangiano (trumpet), live at Islip Arts Museum (New York), September 14, 2019.
7. Fruit Flys, Steve Dalachinsky (poetry) and Asiff Tsahar (tenor saxophone), The Jewish alternative movement: a guide for the perplexed (Knitting Factory Records, 1998).
8. Erase me, poetry by Paulo Leminsky, Steve Dalachinsky (voice), Aaron Novik (clarinet), live at Berl’s Brooklyn Poetry Shop (New York), September 13, 2017.
9. Silence of silence, Steve Dalachinsky (voice), Marcos Campello (guitar), January 11, 2018, Spectrum (New York).
10. Ancestors, Steve Dalachinsky (voice), Marcos Campello (guitar), summer 2017, home recording (New York).
11. Pray for me, Steve Dalachinsky (poetry), Aaron Novik (clarinet), live at Berl’s Brooklyn Poetry Shop (New York), September 13, 2017.

Jake Marmer, Two Poems By Steve Dalachinsky, Forward, June 25, 2010
Jake Marmer, Remembering Steve Dalachinsky, ‘Poems are everywhere, you don’t have to look far’, Tablet, September 20, 2019
Andy Battaglia, “He Held the Keys to the Gate’: Jay Sanders, Fred Moten, Charlemagne Palestine, and More Pay Tribute to Poet Steve Dalachinsky,” ARTNEWS, September 18, 2019
Alan Kaufman, “To Write Eternity On A Piece of Paper – Remembering Steve Dalachinsky,” NEWSWHISTLE, September 19, 2019.
Interview with Matvei Yankelevich, Brooklyn, New York, October 5, 2019.
Emails, messages, facebook posts and other communication from Steve Dalachinsky and his friends.

We are grateful to the following individuals and organizations for hosting Steve Dalachinsky readings as part of Ticún Brasil and Extended Techniques events:
Professor Domício Coutinho and the Brazilian Endowment for the Arts (October 20, 2012 and November 23, 2013)
Jared White and Farrah Field and Berl’s Brooklyn Poetry Shop (September 13, 2017)
Glenn Cornett and Spectrum (January 11, 2018)


Steve Dalachinsky, Alotro Lado (program host) and Yuko Otomo
(BEA, 2013)


Steve Dalachinsky, Erlena Dlu (program host) and Yuko Otomo
(BEA, 2012)

Excerpts from Clarice Lispector’s Breath of Life and The Passion According to G.H.
November 23, 2013 at the Brazilian Endowment for the Arts

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