NYC Calendar March 2016

WEDNESDAY, March 2
7PM Neighborhood Concert: Mivos Quartet
Program:
Robert Honstien: Arctic I: Midnight Sun
Philip Glass: String Quartet No. 3, “Mishima”
Mario Diaz: De Leon Moonblood
Missy Mazzoli: Death Valley Junction
Ned Rothenberg: Viewfinder
Felipe Lara: Corde Vocale
http://www.carnegiehall.org/Calendar/2016/3/2/0700/PM/NEIGHBORHOOD-CONCERT-MIVOS-QUARTET/
VENUE: Pregones Theater, The Bronx
ADMISSION: Free

WEDNESDAY, March 2
7PM Jay Campbell & Conor Hanick
Jay Campbell, cello & Conor Hanick, piano, special guest Fred Sherry.
Music of Bach, Scelsi, Messiaen, and Hildegard von Bingen
http://italianacademy.columbia.edu/event/jay-campbell-cello-conor-hanick-piano
VENUE: The Italian Academy
ADMISSION: Free

THURSDAY, March 3
8PM Matt Mitchell (piano), Ches Smith (drums, percussion, vibes)
VENUE: The Stone
ADMISSION: $15

FRIDAY, March 4
8PM and 10PM Normal Remarkable Persons
Tim Berne (alto sax), Travis LaPlante (tenor sax), Matt Mitchell (piano), Ches Smith (drums, percussion, vibes), Dan Weiss (drums, tabla), Ben Gerstein (trombone)
VENUE: The Stone
ADMISSION: $20

SUNDAY, March 6
8PM Silence (Cage/Kagel/Berio/Aperghis)
UMS ‘n JIP Swiss Contemporary Music Duo voice, recorder & electronics
Program:
Dieter Schnebel, from Redeübungen für Hand und Mund, 1984/5
Luciano Berio, Gesti per flauto dolce, 1966
John Cage, Lecture on Nothing, 1950/61
Mauricio Kagel, Atem (für einen Bläser), 1969
Georges Aperghis, from récitations pour une voix seule, 1977/8
http://thefirehousespace.org/event/adam-roberts/

VENUE: The Firehousespace
ADMISSION: $15

MONDAY, March 7
7:30PM New York Philharmonic Presents: Contact!
“The Messiaen Connection” explores Messiaen’s singular voice and its impact on generations of composers to follow, including Pierre Boulez.
http://nationalsawdust.org/event/new-york-philharmonic-presents-contact-2/
VENUE: National Sawdust
ADMISSION: check with the venue

TUESDAY, March 8
7:30PM Ensemble ACJW
Program:
Villa-Lobos: Trio for Oboe, Clarinet, and Bassoon
Osvaldo Golijov: The Dreams and Prayers of Isaac the Blind
Dmitri Shostakovich: Piano Trio No. 2
http://www.carnegiehall.org/Calendar/2016/3/8/0730/PM/Ensemble-ACJW/
VENUE: Paul Hall (Carnegie Hall)
ADMISSION: check with the venue

TUESDAY, March 8
8 PM Claire Chase (flutes), Joshua Rubin (clarinets)
VENUE: The Stone
ADMISSION: $10

THURSDAY, March 10
8PM Jennifer Curtis (violin), Pauline Oliveros (accordion)
VENUE: The Stone
ADMISSION: $10

THURSDAY, March 10
8PM Ayman Fanous/Jason Hwang/Ned Rothenberg/Daniel Levin Quartet
http://thefirehousespace.org/event/ayman-fanous-and-many-others/
VENUE: The Firehousespace
ADMISSION: $15

THURSDAY, March 10
8PM Guy Klucevsek, accordion; Phillip Johnston, soprano saxophone
VENUE: Barbes
ADMISSION: $10

FRIDAY, March 18
8PM Akio Suzuki
http://issueprojectroom.org/event/akio-suzuki-conceptual-soundwork

VENUE: Issue Project Room
ADMISSION: $20

SUNDAY, March 20
3PM John Zorn’s Bagatelles, Matt Mitchell (piano solo)
VENUE: The Stone
ADMISSION: $20

SUNDAY, March 20
4:30PM John Zorn’s Bagatelles, Mark Feldman (violin) Chris Otto (violin)
VENUE: The Stone
ADMISSION: $20

March 22–30
Tuesday–Thursday: 7:30 PM
Friday–Saturday: 8:00 PM
De Materie
Heiner Goebbels stages this monumental work in a highly-imaginative production that infuses the work’s journey through a sequence of non-narrative tableaus with visual imagery to help convey its meaning, with references to Mondrian and Madame Curie as well as floating zeppelins and a flock of sheep.
Performed by International Contemporary Ensemble
http://armoryonpark.org/programs_events/detail/de_materie
VENUE: Park Avenue Armory, Wade Thompson Drill Hall
ADMISSION: from $40

SUPERTHURSDAY

THURSDAY, March 24
7:30PM New Music: Lerdahl, Harbison, Lachenmann, & Rihm
http://www.lincolncenter.org/show/new-music-fung-lerdahl-lachenmann-rihm
VENUE: Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse (Lincoln Center)
ADMISSION: $35

THURSDAY, March 24
8PM Hans Abrahamsen
Performers: Ensemble Signal
http://www.millertheatre.com/events/hans-abrahamsen

VENUE: Miller Theatre at Columbia University
ADMISSION: $25 – $35

THURSDAY, March 24
8PM The Necks with Alvin Curran
http://whitney.org/Events/TheNecksAlvinCurran

VENUE: Whitney Museum
ADMISSION: $18/$22

THURSDAY, March 24
8PM String Theories III: Chris Cerrone’s The Pieces That Fall to Earth
Violinist Sarah Goldfeather performs works by Kate Soper, Julia Wolfe, and Alex Weiser, and is joined by the soprano Justine Aronson and others for the New York premiere of Chris Cerrone‘s LA Philharmonic-commissioned The Pieces That Fall to Earth.
http://roulette.org/events/string-theories-iv-chris-cerrones-the-pieces-that-fall-to-earth/
VENUE: Roulette
ADMISSION: $15-25

THURSDAY, March 24
10PM Mark Feldman “Suited Connectors”
Sylvie Courvoisier (piano) Ingrid Laubrock (sax) Tom Rainey (drums) Mark Feldman (violin)
VENUE: The Stone
ADMISSION: $15

FRIDAY, March 25
8PM The Necks with Arnold Dreyblatt
http://whitney.org/Events/TheNecksArnoldDreyblatt
VENUE: Whitney Museum
ADMISSION: $18/$22

FRIDAY, March 25
8PM John Zorn’s Bagatelles, Mark Feldman (violin) Sylvie Courvoisier (piano)
VENUE: The Stone
ADMISSION: $15

FRIDAY, March 25
10PM Feldman Courvoisier duo play Malphas—John Zorn’s Book of Angels + Eurydice and Orpheus (music from Feldman-Courvoisier)
Mark Feldman (violin) Sylvie Courvoisier (piano)
VENUE: The Stone
ADMISSION: $15

SATURDAY, March 26
8PM Sylvie Courvoisier (piano) Drew Gress (bass) Kenny Wallesen (drums) Mark Feldman (violin)
VENUE: The Stone
ADMISSION: $15

SATURDAY, March 26
10PM Sylvie Courvoisier (piano) Drew Gress (bass) Tom Rainey (drums) Mark Feldman (violin)
VENUE: The Stone
ADMISSION: $15

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