Tyshawn Sorey at Rothko Chapel Reviewed

Source: The New York Times.

Sorey, who has called Feldman his hero, has responded to the chapel and its paintings — as well as to one of late-20th-century music’s classic works — bravely, with a small group of instruments virtually identical to those of “Rothko Chapel.” His differences sometimes even intensify the connection: One of the new elements he introduces — a piano, in addition to Feldman’s celesta — seems, while adding some tonal richness, also to be a nod to Feldman piano works like “Palais de Mari.”