Classical Music Listings from the New York Times

English: (Le) Poisson Rouge.

From The New York Times:

Taka Kigawa (Monday) This admirable pianist frequently performs at Le Poisson Rouge, offering balanced programs of repertory favorites and challenging new works. Here, he will perform Books I and II of Debussy’s “Images,” and as a champion of contemporary music, Mr. Kigawa also offers a piece by Tristan Murail and Marco Stroppa’s “Traiettoria… deviata” for piano and live electronics. At 7:30 p.m., 158 Bleecker Street, near Thompson Street, Greenwich Village, 212-505-3474, lepoissonrouge.com. (Schweitzer)

Locrian Chamber Players (Thursday) This impressive contemporary music ensemble assures that its free programs will be fresh by its artistic mission: Only works written within the last decade are performed. These musicians have a good record of choosing interesting pieces. The concerts are presented in the intimate 10th Floor performance space at Riverside Church, where, during intermission, the audience can enjoy a spectacular view of the Hudson River from the balcony outside the hall. The program offers works by Aaron Jay Kernis, Shafer Mahoney, Mei-Fang Lin, Victoria Malawey, Caroline Shaw and Daniel Thomas Davis. A reception follows the concert. At 8 p.m., Riverside Drive at 122nd Street, Morningside Heights, 914-923-5511, locrian.org. (Anthony Tommasini)