Tours

Lang's 'the so-called laws of nature' performed by Architek Percussion

Sunday, February 19, 2017 - 7:30pm

Architek Percussion is celebrating five years as an ensemble by presenting a concert of new and old works that have characterized our activities over the past half-decade. Joining us are former Architek members Noam Bierstone and Ryan Packard. Four different iterations of Architek Percussion bring you five great pieces!

Program:

Quartet (mvt. 1) - John Cage
-Architek 2.0 (Duinker, Morton, Packard, Valiante)

Horizontal and Vertical Forces II - Anthony Tan (world premiere / création mondiale)
Bit Canon - Eliot Britton
-Architek 3.0 (Duinker, Morton, Reimer, Valiante)

the so-called laws of nature (mvt. 3) - David Lang
-Architek 1.0 (Biertsone, Morton, Packard, Valiante)

Six Changes (excerpts / extraits) - Architek Percussion
-Architek "ensemble cast" / Architek « distribution d'ensemble 

 

La Sala Rossa
4848 boul. St-Laurent
Monteal , QC H2T 2R6 Canada

Quince performs David Lang's 'love fail' in Ohio

Wednesday, February 22, 2017 to Monday, February 27, 2017

LOVE FAIL IN COLUMBUS - February 22, 2017

Quince gives a performance of David Lang's love fail. Sponsored by the Johnstone Fund for New Music. 

7:00PM

Concert is FREE

The Garden Theater

Columbus, OH

 

LOVE FAIL AT KENT STATE UNIVERSITY - February 25, 2017

Quince returns to Kent State University for a performance of David Lang's love fail.

3:00PM Workshop on Entrepreneurship in Ludwig Recital Hall

FREE and open to the public

7:30PM

Ludwig Recital Hall

FREE and open to the public

Kent State University

Kent, OH

 

ALIA MUSICA PRESENTS: QUINCE / LOVE FAIL - February 26, 2017

Alia Musica presents Quince singing David Lang and Kaija Saariaho.

Pittsburgh, PA

Chatham University

James Laughlin Music Hall

7:30PM

Buy tickets here!

 

LOVE FAIL ON THE FOREFRONT SERIES AT BGSU - February 27, 2017

Quince travels to BGSU to perform David Lang's love fail.

8:00PM

Bryan Recital Hall

Bowling Green, OH

OH
Touring in support of: 

The McGill Percussion Ensemble presents: Timber

Saturday, February 25, 2017 - 9:00pm

Photo by Peter Serling

The McGill Percussion Ensemble presents:

Timber (2009) by Michael Gordon

Directors: Aiyun Huang and Fabrice Marandola

Players: Olivier Tremblay-Noel, Peter White, Robert Cosgrove, Alexander Haupt, Nicole Joshi, Jessica Tsang

Concert presented as a part of the Montreal New Musics Festival

FREE EVENT

Strathcona Music Building - Pollack Hall
555 rue Sherbrooke Ouest
Montreal, QC H3A 1E3 Canada
Touring in support of: 

Field Recordings at University of Pittsburg

Saturday, March 25, 2017 - 8:00pm

Photo by Peter Serling

Bang on a Can All-Stars perform music from the Field Recordings project!

Location: The Warhol at the Carnegie Music Hall
Copresented with The Andy Warhol Museum

 

University of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, PA
Touring in support of: 

The music of Michael Gordon, David Lang, Julia Wolfe - "Three Generartions" with Steve Reich at Carnegie Hall

Wednesday, April 19, 2017 - 7:30pm

Photo by Ivan Singer

The Bang on a Can All-Stars and special guests perform the music of Michael Gordon, David Lang, and Julia Wolfe, as part of the project curated by Steve Reich - Three Generations - celebrating his 80th birthday.

Performers
Bang on a Can All-Stars
with:
Todd Reynolds, Violin
Kelli Kathman, Flute
Peter Hess, Saxophones
David Friend, Keyboard
Michael Gordon, Keyboard
Nathan Koci, Accordion
JACK Quartet
Additional artists to be announced

Program
DAVID LANG cheating, lying, stealing
JULIA WOLFE Lick
JULIA WOLFE Early That Summer
MICHAEL GORDON Yo Shakespeare

Performance includes a discussion with Steve Reich, David Lang, Julia Wolfe, and Michael Gordon

Carnegie Hall - Zankel Hall
881 7th Ave
New York, NY 10019

Steinway Salon: Lisa Moore

Thursday, May 11, 2017 - 7:00pm

Photo by Nina Roberts

Lisa Moore performs a special program, The Pleasures of Being Lost, curated by John Luther Adams. The program features piano works by composers who have influenced and informed his work. Composers include Peter Garland, Lois V Vierk, Jim Fox, Michael Byron, David Mahler, and Adams himself.

Part of the John Luther Adams Residency

Program: The Pleasures of Being Lost

Tukiliit (2012) by John Luther Adams (b. 1953)

Yeah, Yeah, Yeah (1990) by Lois V Vierk (b. 1951)

The pleasure of being lost (2011-12) by Jim Fox (b. 1953)

Bright Angel/Hermetic Bird, I and II (1997) by Peter Garland (b. 1952)

World Premiere (2017) by Michael Byron (b. 1953), commissioned by Symphony Space

Martin Bartlett at the Claremont Hotel (2011) by David Mahler (b. 1944)

Among Red Mountains (2001) by John Luther Adams

Symphony Space
2537 Broadway at 95th Street
New York, NY 10025