Wednesday Dec 4
Big Ears Announces Steve Reich Program as Centerpiece of 2014 Festival
Three and a half years after the last Big Ears , it seemed as if the avant-garde/experimental/etc.
Knoxville News Sentinel
Cale, Reich among 2014 Big Ears Festival artists
Legendary modern classical composer Steve Reich will be the centerpiece of the 2014 Big Ears Festival, which will be presented in downtown Knoxville March 28-30.
John Adams Leads LA Phil New Music Group in L.A. Now: New Angeleno Composers Tonight
LA Phil Creative Chair John Adams and the LA Phil New Music Group showcase the imaginative breadth of the next generation of Los Angeles creators with L.A. Now: New Angeleno Composers at Walt Disney Concert Hall, tonight, December 3, at 8 pm.
Hear Nils Frahm's 'Hammers,' a Fluttering Reichian Dream
Nils Frahm is the rare pianist/composer who's transcended his all-too niche trappings.
Great Falls Tribune
Cascade Quartet pays homage to WWII
The Great Falls Symphony's Cascade Quartet performs a special show tonight and again on Sunday commemorating World War II.
The L Magazine
How Steve Reich Inspired Radiohead-And Vice Versa
Modern listeners tend to think of classical and popular music as distinct entities only rarely in conversation.
Review: Jacaranda's Nov. 9th 'Shattered Glass' a moving and beautiful concert
This past weekend, Saturday Nov. 9th, Jacaranda chamber music series known as "music at the edge" presented a beautiful concert of 20th century music titled "Shattered Glass" at the First Presbyterian Church in Santa Monica, CA.
The National's Bryce Dessner: "My Favorite Contemporary Classical Works"
The National's Bryce Dessner has just released his recording debut as a composer of contemporary classical music.
Music in Twelve Parts, Royal Festival Hall, London
Can you liken Philip Glass's Music in Twelve Parts to Wagner's Ring Cycle? Jude Kelly, artistic director of the Southbank Centre, invoked the comparison in a pre-concert speech at the Royal Festival Hall last Saturday.