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EN SHYU: SONG OF SILVER GEESE WITH MIVOS QUARTET, JADE TONGUE, & SATOSHI HAGA
Mivos Quartet – Photo by Ralf Puder/Nana FranMivos Quartet – Photo by Ralf Puder/Nana Fran
Jen Shyu premieres a new full-length composition, Song of Silver Geese, a multilingual, ritual music drama, composed for dancer-improviser Satoshi Haga, Jen Shyu’s core ensemble Jade Tongue, and the Mivos Quartet, with Shyu on vocals, dance, gayageum, Taiwanese (Shyu’s father’s birthplace) moon lute, and East Timorese (mother’s birthplace) lakadou.
Monday, March 28 at 8:00 PM
Tickets $20, $15 students/seniors
Roulette, 509 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn, NY

A COSMIC RHYTHM WITH EACH STROKE
Resident Artist Vijay Iyer premieres a new work commissioned by Met LiveArts for the exhibition dedicated to Indian modernist Nasreen Mohamedi.
Wednesday, March 30 at 7:00 PM
Tickets $45
The Met Breuer, Madison Avenue and 75th Street, New York, NY

M IS BLACK ENOUGH | SPRING REVOLUTION FESTIVAL
M is Black Enough is a collaborative exploration of meaning and conversation through steel pan, cello, text and voice. It aims to be complex and aggressive, and involve all elements equally in the bold narrative the band undertakes – one about people, and justice and struggle and joy and celebration. Featuring NS artist-in-residence Roger Bonair-Agard, with NS curators Jeffrey Zeigler and Andy Akiho.
Thursday, March 31 at 7:00 PM
Tickets $25
National Sawdust, 80 North 6th Street, Brooklyn, NY

JEFFREY ZEIGLER PRESENTS LESLEY FLANIGAN | SPRING REVOLUTION FESTIVAL
To celebrate her EP release of HEDERA, Lesley Flanigan presents a special concert of music for voice, spanning early to modern approaches for the human instrument.
Friday, April 1 at 7:00 PM
Tickets $25
National Sawdust, 80 North 6th Street, Brooklyn, NY

ORCHESTRA UNDERGROUND: EASTERN WIND | AMERICAN COMPOSERS ORCHESTRA
This concert, which includes three world premieres, features music by young composers inspired by Middle Eastern and Indian culture – Saad Haddad, a first generation Arab-American composer from Los Angeles; Reena Esmail, who is Indian-American; Turkish-American composer Mehmet Ali Sanlikol (who will also perform as a soloist with the orchestra on the ud); Iranian-American composer Gity Razaz; plus Matthias Pintscher’s songs from Solomon’s garden featuring baritone Steven LaBrie.
Friday, April 1 at 7:30 PM
Tickets $43-$50
Carnegie Hall, Zankel Hall, 57th Street and 7th Avenue, Brooklyn, NY

PYRITE: FOOLS’ GOLD | ZENTRIPETAL DUO
Zentripetal violin/cello duo will present a program with guest artists Milica Paranosic and Mioi Takeda including premieres by composers Lee Hyla, Martin Phelps, Tomi Räisänen, and Ann Warren and duos by Milica Paranosic and Iannis Xenakis.
Friday, April 1 at 8:00 PM
Tickets $10
The Firehouse Space, 246 Frost St, Brooklyn, NY

LA DOLCE MORTE
International Contemporary Ensemble performs the world premiere of Suzanne Farrin’s La Dolce Morte, commissioned by the Met specifically for their sixteenth-century Vélez Blanco Patio.
Saturday, April 2 at 7:00 PM
Tickets $95
Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gallery 534, 1000 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY

DUO1804
Composer/violinist Daniel Bernard Roumain (DBR) and Afro-Electronica musician DJ Val-Inc, together known as DUO1804, create an immersive and interactive experience with the audience in Orchestra for Life. Created together with a public of all ages, this concert-performance redefines the audience experience with electrifying energy, inviting kids and parents to move and sing along with the music.
Saturday, April 2 at 7:00 PM
Tickets $20
FIAF, Florence Gould Hall, 55 East 59th Street, New York, NY

KRONOS QUARTET
Kronos Quartet presents a program of new works, featuring Karin Rehnquist’s All Those Strings!, a piece by Fodé Lassana Diabaté, and the world premieres of four new works from its Fifty for the Future project.
Saturday, April 2 at 7:30 PM
Tickets $50-$75
Carnegie Hall, Zankel Hall, 57th Street and Seventh Avenue, New York, NY

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