Oneohtrix Point Never, Squarepusher, Fennesz, More Remix Bang on a Can’s Michael Gordon

Toronto-based Contact reimagines the ambient classic in Cantaloupe's third Brian Eno release.

John Luther Adams' Become Ocean, conducted by Ludovic Morlot and performed by the Seattle Symphony. Two-disc CD/DVD package with stereo and 5.1 surround recordings available 9.30.14.

Bang on a Can is at it again with brand new sounds by Steve Reich, Christian Marclay, Todd Reynolds, Mira Calix, Jóhann Jóhannsson & more!

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May 23 and 24: In conjunction with MoMA's Robert Rauschenberg: Among Friends, David Lang and the Bang on a Can All-Stars present a pair of concerts that explore artistic exchanges and their legacy for contemporary music.


The New York Times' Zachary Woolfe shuttled between the Brooklyn Museum and Roulette on Saturday, taking in the Bang on a Can All-Stars, Oliver Lake, Laraaji, John Zorn's Cobra and much more...

Julia Wolfe onstage at Bucknell University before a performance of Anthracite Fields, her oratorio about coal mining. Photo: Mark Makela for The New York Times


Julia Wolfe's Anthracite Fields strikes a chord in coal country. Michael Cooper covers the performance for the New York Times.


If new music’s guiding principle revolves around a freewheeling sense of adventure, then Alarm Will Sound’s latest project, focusing on the music of John Adams, delivers on multiple levels.

Meredith Monk and Theo Bleckmann, at the Bang on a Can Marathon in 2014.

Meredith Monk and Theo Bleckmann, at the Bang on a Can Marathon in 2014.

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The Bang on a Can Marathon will celebrate its 30th anniversary in a new home across the East River. After many years in downtown Manhattan, the annual eight-hour celebration of contemporary classical music will take place at the Brooklyn Museum on Saturday, May 6.