Classical Music in NYC This Week 

Source: The New York Times.

INTERNATIONAL CONTEMPORARY ENSEMBLE at Hearst Plaza (July 28, 7 p.m.). The Lincoln Center Out of Doors festival offers this tribute to the composer Pauline Oliveros, who died last year. The band universally known as ICE will play three works in this free, open-air concert: “Applebox Double,” “Heart of Tones” and “One Hundred Meeting Places.”

JACK QUARTET at the DiMenna Center for Classical Music (Aug. 3, 8 p.m.). Part of the superb Time Spans festival, which also features intriguing Talea Ensemble concerts on Tuesday and Wednesday, this performance is devoted to the New York premiere of a new work by John Luther Adams, “Everything That Rises,” a string quartet piece based on an upward journey through the harmonic series.

SO PERCUSSION at Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse (Aug. 2, 10 p.m.). The Mostly Mozart Festival’s A Little Night Music series, with its perch above the city and its free wine, begins another season with this superlative quartet playing John Cage’s “Living Room Music” and “Credo in US,” as well as Caroline Shaw’s “Taxidermy” and Viet Cuong’s “Water, Wine, Brandy, Brine.”