Photo credit: Peter Serling

Photo credit Peter Serling

photo by Matthew Murphy

Photo: Richare Termine

All-Stars January tour in Poland and the UK!

The All-Stars are back in Europe for performances in Wroclow, Poland, and in Brighton and London in the UK! 

Jan 12, 13 - Anthracite Fields in Wroclow

Jan 15 - All-Stars at the Brighton Dome

Jan 18, 19 - All-Stars at Kings Place in London, incl a performance of Anthracite Fields

Julia Wolfe's Fire in my Mouth world premiere with the NYPhil - Jan 24-26

World premiere of Julia Wolfe's Fire in my Mouth performed by the New York Philharmonic, The Crossing Choir, and Young People’s Chorus of NYC, with projections/scenography by Jeff Sugg.

Jaap van Zweden conducts Julia Wolfe’s immersive visual and musical event — featuring lights, chamber choir, video, and projection — that explores a seminal event in New York City, the devastating Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire of 1911 that killed more than 100 young immigrants.

Julia Wolfe and Bang on a Can salute EILEEN FISHER for their dedication to fair labor practices and for generously contributing wardrobe to the performances.

January 24-26

Bang on a Can and the Jewish Museum presents: ETHEL performs the string quartets of Julia Wolfe - Feb 28

The “extraordinarily skilled, passionate musicians” (NY Times) in ETHEL perform the complete string quartets of Julia Wolfe: Dig Deep, early that summer, Four Marys, and Blue Dress for String Quartet. This is the first ever performance of ALL of Julia Wolfe's string quartets at one time, on one stage.  Julia Wolfe's string quartets, as described by The New Yorker, "combine the violent forward drive of rock music with an aura of minimalist serenity [using] the four instruments as a big guitar, whipping psychedelic states of mind into frenzied and ecstatic climaxes." This performance is presented in conjunction with the exhibition of fellow New York City cultural icon Martha Rosler: Irrespective. 

David Lang's "the loser" at LA Opera

David Lang returns to the LA Opera with the west coast premiere of his intimate work for baritone, piano and chamber ensemble - the loser - starring baritone Rod Gilfry 

Music, libretto and stage direction: David Lang
Text adapted from the novel by Thomas Bernhard, translated from German by Jack Dawson

Scenery: Jim Findlay
Costumes: Suzanne Bocanegra
Lighting: Jennifer Tipton

Two shows, Feb 22 and Feb 23

 

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