Classical Music Listings From the New York Times


‘The Fool’ (Tuesday through Thursday) Two artists in residence at Issue Project Room, the artist and musician Raúl De Nieves and the composer and performer Colin Self, present a new allegorical multimedia opera, featuring four soloists (Mr. De Nieves and Mr. Self among them), a small chorus and string ensemble. At 8 p.m., 22 Boerum Place, at Livingston Street, Downtown Brooklyn, 718-330-0313,; $5, free for members. (Woolfe)

Composer Portraits: Bernard Rands (Thursday) The next to be highlighted in this Miller Theater series is Bernard Rands, a student of Luigi Nono, Luciano Berio and others. With the brilliant young countertenor Anthony Roth Costanzo, the International Contemporary Ensemble and the conductor Christian Knapp give the New York premiere of “Folk Songs” (2014). Also on the program are “Memo 6” (1998), “Concertino” (1996), and “déjà” (1972). At 8 p.m., Miller Theater, Broadway at 116th Street, Morningside Heights, 212-854-7799,; $25 to $35. (David Allen)

Nam Joong Kim (Tuesday) This young South Korean violist, presented by the New York Concert Artists and Associates, offers a program with Sean Hickey’s “Longitude”; George Rochberg’s Sonata; the premiere of a work by Sung-Min Ahn; and music by Bruch and York Bowen. At 8 p.m., Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall, 212-247-7800,; $50. (Vivien Schweitzer)