New Juilliard Ensemble Does Japanese Avant-Garde at Alice Tully Hall

From NYTimes.com:

One conclusion to be drawn from the New Juilliard Ensemble’s concert at Alice Tully Hall on Friday evening is that there are few generalizations to be made about Japanese avant-garde classical music around the turn of the 21st century. The concert, among the last offerings of Carnegie Hall’s JapanNYC festival, featured six works by as many composers, all born after World War II and not very much alike.

Musique Machine Reviews

Current 93, live at Locomotiv, Bologna 25/03/2011

From Musique Machine:

Fovea Hex – Here Is Where We Used To Sing
Jazkamer – Failed State of Mind
Sleep Of Ages – Peplum
Dead Voices on Air – Falls the Eventide
A.R.GH – Abuse
Nervous Corps – Exclusion=Isolation
Critical Theatre – Psych Burn
Ghost – Fetish
Dead Body Collection / Svartvit – C60 Split
Unearthed – Phase I
Current 93 – HoneySuckle Aeons
Subheim – No Land Called Home
Ovo – Cor Cordium
Theologian – The Further I Get From Your Star, the Less Light I

Enhanced by Zemanta

DOWNTOWNMUSIC.NET Photos

From DOWNTOWNMUSIC.NET:

April 5, 2011
Eivind Opsvik, Håkon Kornstad, Jim Black, Korzo
Eivind Opsvik Håkon Kornstad Jim Black

April 5, 2011
Jason Stein Quartet, Korzo
Jason Stein Jon Irabagon Matt Pavolka Sharif Zaben

Enhanced by Zemanta