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The Music I (Mostly) Hold Dear: Brown and Feldman

Daniel Asia | Posted 05.03.2014 | Arts
Daniel Asia

Of the perhaps inappropriately named New York School, I find Earle Brown's the most musically rich and articulate. Sign Sounds is for a small chamber...

Artist Profile: Interview with Composer Andy Akiho

Joel Garten | Posted 01.26.2014 | Arts
Joel Garten

Andy Akiho's compositions have been performed by the New York Philharmonic, the L.A. Philharmonic, Bang On a Can, American Composers Forum, and The Society for New Music.

Bang on a Can @ MoMA: Where Past and Present Meet (PHOTOS)

Jessica Schmitz | Posted 02.04.2013 | Arts
Jessica Schmitz

2013-02-04-schmitz_flute.jpgNo longer on track to pursue a conventional performance career, I once again found myself pondering my professional future. (Maybe a stint with the circus would resolve my creative angst?)

New Avant Garde Classical Music Composed and Performed During Hurricane Sandy

Joel Garten | Posted 11.06.2012 | Arts
Joel Garten

During Hurricane Sandy, there were pieces of metal siding being blown down the street outside, clanging around in the wind. And the trees were shaking violently. But in my warm studio, I was at peace and composing up a storm of my own.

Limon and Magloire: A Study in Contrasts

Christopher Atamian | Posted 10.18.2012 | Arts
Christopher Atamian

This past week I had the pleasure of attending two very different performances that highlighted the diversity and richness of New York's dance culture.

The Eclipse Quartet and its Contemporary Cosmos

Rodney Punt | Posted 05.25.2011 | Arts
Rodney Punt

Less flamboyant than the Kronos and more feline than the Arditti, the Eclipse Quartet is L.A.'s answer to both.