THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18th,
6:30 Erik Friedlander
VENUE: The Jewish Museum
DETAILS: Cellist Erik Friedlander, composer, improviser and veteran of NYC’s downtown music scene, responds to the medieval manuscripts in the exhibition Crossing Borders: Manuscripts from the Bodleian Libraries with a solo cello performance in the galleries. Stools will be provided on a first come-first served basis.
ADMISSION: free with museum admission
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18th,
8:00 Ashley Paul – sax, clarinet, voice; Anthony Coleman – piano, organ; Sean Conly – bass and Satoshi Takeishi – drums, percussion
DETAILS: The Damaged Quartet was formed in 2010 to play Anthony Coleman’s multi – movement work Damaged by Sunlight. Now, for the first time since that series of performances they return with another mega – opus. Cox`x`me and find out which kind of damage will be addressed this time!
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 21st,
8:30 CARNATIC SUNDAYS: SNEHASISH MOZUMDER, mandolin
VENUE: Cornelia Street Cafe
DETAILS: Snehasish Mozumder, an exploratory string virtuoso, expands the boundaries of the mandolin instrument. A classically indian and jazz fusion, Snehasish Mozumder’s double-neck mandolin is at the center of the band SOM. Here with his band SOM he teams up with some great New York jazz instrumentalists to produce a new synthesis that swings like jazz and floats like Indian music. A highlight of Snehasish’s career includes sharing the stage with musicians such as Eric Clapton while in Ravi Shankar’s Orchestra at the Royal Albert Hall Concert for George Harrsion in 2002. A true virtuoso, Snehashish is a leading exponent of the next generation of Indian classical musicians, exploring world music at the highest level.
ADMISSION: $10 cover plus $10 minimum
MONDAY, OCTOBER 22nd,
8:00 The Orchestra of the S.E.M. Ensemble
VENUE: Carnegie hall
DETAILS: The Orchestra of the S.E.M. Ensemble
Joseph Kubera and Ursula Oppens, Piano
Petr Kotik, Conductor
CAGE Atlas Eclipticalis and Winter Music (performed simultaneously)
CHRISTIAN MARCLAY Shuffle
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25th,
8:00 Guy Klucevsek, accordion
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27th,
6:30 Norte Maar: Cage on Vinyl on Marley
VENUE: national academy
DETAILS: As part of its Cage Transmitted series Brooklyn-based collaborative Norte Maar presents Cage on Vinyl on Marley, a durational dance event feature renowned dancers and dance companies selecting and dancing to records of music by John Cage.
TUESDAY, October 30th (CANCELLED),
7.30 ALL-STOCKHAUSEN PROGRAM at White Light Festival
VENUE: Alice Tully Hall
- Analog Arts
- Stuart Gerber, percussion
- Joe Drew, sound projection
- ALL-STOCKHAUSEN PROGRAM
- Friday Greeting* (New York premiere)
- Heaven’s Door (New York premiere)
- Cosmic Pulses
- Friday Farewell* (U.S. premiere)
Part live performance, part sound installation, this evening is an exploration of the mind-opening music of Karlheinz Stockhausen, one of the most controversial composers of the 20th century. Before the performance, a powerful, absorbing re-creation of Friday Greeting erases the stimuli of the outside world. And onstage, a percussionist performs the allegorical Heaven’s Door, followed by Stockhausen’s mesmerizing and rarely heard Cosmic Pulses, his final electronic piece.
*Friday Greeting begins at 6:45 in the Alice Tully Hall lobby, and Friday Farewell will begin in the lobby immediately following Cosmic Pulses.