Classical Music Listings From The New York Times


Cutting Edge Concerts New Music Festival (Monday) In the final installment of this year’s festival, the Del Sol String Quartet performs Amy X Neuburg’s “Lonely, Strange Hats,” with the composer on vocals; Reza Vali’s “Nayshaboorak (Calligraphy No. 6)”; Ronald Bruce Smith’s String Quartet No. 3; and Ben Johnston’s String Quartet No. 10. At 7:30 p.m., Leonard Nimoy Thalia Theater at Symphony Space, 2537 Broadway, at 95th Street , (212) 864-5400,; $20, or $15 for students and 65+. (Allan Kozinn)

? Jenny Lin (Tuesday) An intrepid piano adventurer with a taste for neglected repertory, Ms. Lin recently issued an absorbing recording of “Música Callada,” a collection of spare, Impressionistic pieces written between 1957 and 1962 by the Catalan composer Federico Mompou. She plays selections from the disc here and also goes to the opposite extreme with virtuoso transcriptions of Broadway show tunes. At 7:30 p.m., Le Poisson Rouge, 158 Bleecker Street, near Thompson Street, Greenwich Village , (212) 505-3474,; $15. (Smith)

Quartet for the End of Space (Sunday) Three of the performing composers involved in this avant-garde summit meeting —Pauline Oliveros, Jonas Braasch and Doug Van Nort — make up Triple Point, an electro-acoustic improvising trio. The fourth, Francisco López, digitally processes environmental sounds into immersive meditations that test the limits of perception. Having just released a CD on the experimental-music label Pogus, the quartet celebrates on Sunday, starting at 8 p.m. Issue Project Room, 232 Third Street, at Third Avenue, third floor, Gowanus, Brooklyn , (718) 330-0313,; $25. (Smith)

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