Sō Percussion co-founder Jason Treuting flexes his compositional chops with Nine Numbers — a sprawling work that taps into the mysteries of sudoku.

Poignant, meditative and powerful, the long-awaited follow-up to the 2006 Cantaloupe release The Essential Martin Bresnick is here.

Alarm Will Sound & Tyshawn Sorey's "staggering new double album the ensemble engages with the indefinable" – Bandcamp

8 explores the dimensional quality of sound, as part of a series of works by Michael Gordon that began with Timber for six percussionists, and includes Rushes for seven bassoonists and Amplified for four electric guitarists. 

The long awaited follow-up by John Luther Adams and the Seattle Sympony is here! 

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12/02/2022

Tulsa-based online 'zine and tastemaker Foxy Digitalis has just premiered the latest of Matt McBane's three videos from his recently released album Bathymetry, featuring Sandbox Percussion.

11/15/2022

November 17 @ Zankel Hall: Michael Gordon teams up with cellist Maya Beiser and The Crossing for a multimedia performance and New York premiere of Travel Guide to Nicaragua.

09/29/2022

In celebration of Philip Glass’s 85th birthday this year, pianist Vicky Chow performs Book 1 of his Piano Etudes at Roulette in Brooklyn on October 7th. The album drops on CD and digital the same day!

Bang on a Can and MASS MoCA present LOUD Weekend

Bang on a Can and MASS MoCA present LOUD Weekend, a fully loaded eclectic super-mix of minimal, experimental, and electronic music over three days throughout the museum’s expansive campus. Featuring the Jim Jarmusch & Phil Kline, L’Rain, Bang on a Can All-Stars’ Can Dance world premiere preview, Yuka Honda, and many more. JULY 28-30, 2022

07/28/2022

Bang on a Can and MASS MoCA present LOUD Weekend, a fully loaded eclectic super-mix of minimal, experimental, and electronic music over three days throughout the museum’s expansive campus. JULY 28-30, 2022

04/29/2022

STARTING TONIGHT in Brooklyn:
Bang on a Can’s long-awaited LONG PLAY Festival gets underway. Heralded as an explosion of “mind-bending music of the moment” and featuring more than 60 concerts, 200-plus musicians and the work of over 100 composers, this is where you want to be this weekend!