From The New York Times:
Over the course of music history composers have emphasized different aspects of music: melody, for instance, or harmony or timbre. On Wednesday evening, the Lincoln Center Festival offered a mesmerizing concert of new music that explored resonance as a central expressive device. The concert, at the Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse, featured Yarn/Wire, an ensemble made up of two percussionists and two pianists. They presented three world premieres by Tristan Murail, Misato Mochizuki and Raphaël Cendo, who all found different ways to luxuriate in the sound-clouds this combination of instruments can produce.