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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05/22/2017

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.

05/08/2017

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

04/05/2017

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

03/20/2017

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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02/09/2017

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.