Thursday, December 8, 20227:30pm

Bang on a Can and The Jewish Museum present: RAJAS

Artist and composer Rajna Swaminathan presents RAJAS, an ensemble of improvisers from diverse musical approaches exploring expansive, boundary-breaking music in conjunction with the exhibition New York: 1962-1964. For this performance, Rajna (mrudangam) will be joined by Ganavya (voice), Utsav Lal (piano), Darian Donovan Thomas (violin), and Miles Okazaki (guitar).

Thursday, December 15, 20227:30pm

Bang on a Can and The Jewish Museum present: Morton Feldman’s For John Cage

Morton Feldman’s For John Cage

Towards the end of his life, Feldman wrote several “tribute” pieces to people who had been important to him among them, For John Cage (1982), and it has become one of Feldman’s most well-known pieces. For John Cage will be performed by Karl Larson on piano and Erica Dicker, violin in conjunction with the exhibition New York: 1962-1964.

January 6January 7, 20238:00pm

Alsop conducts Julia Wolfe’s Her Story with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra

Conductor Marin Alsop leads the Chicago Symphony Orchestra in three pivotal works by 21st-century women composers including Her Story, a CSO co-commission by Julia Wolfe that captures the passion and perseverance of women who have led the fight for representation and gender equality. A 40-minute theatrical experience for orchestra and women’s vocal ensemble, the piece is the latest in a series of compositions by Wolfe that highlights monumental and turbulent moments in American history.

March 16March 18, 20237:30pm

Julia Wolfe’s Her Story with the Boston Symphony Orchestra


Boston , MA

Conductor Giancarlo Guerrero conducts the Boston Symphony Orchestra and Lorelei Ensemble in Julia Wolfe’s Her Story, a new work that captures the passion and perseverance of women who have led the fight for representation and gender equality. A 40-minute theatrical experience, the piece is the latest in a series of compositions by Wolfe that highlights monumental and turbulent moments in American history.

May 25May 27, 20237:30pm

Julia Wolfe’s Her Story with the San Francisco Symphony


San Francisco, CA

Conductor Giancarlo Guerrero conducts the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra and Lorelei Ensemble in Julia Wolfe’s Her Story, a new work that captures the passion and perseverance of women who have led the fight for representation and gender equality. A 40-minute theatrical experience, the piece is the latest in a series of compositions by Wolfe that highlights monumental and turbulent moments in American history.