Portland, OR—songbirdsongs

Friday, February 15, 2019 - 7:00pm

Caballito Negro collaborates with flutist Sophia Tegart and percussionist Chris Whyte to present the epic John Luther Adams’ songbirdsongs (a collection of indeterminate miniature pieces for piccolos and percussion based on free translations of bird songs). 

Portland State University
Portland, OR

Sō at the National Gallery (Washington, DC)

Sunday, February 10, 2019 - 3:30pm

So Percussion performs works originally composed for keyboard instruments. The program includes selections from Elliot Cole’s Postludes for Bowed Vibraphone; Vijay Iyer’s Torque; selections from Dan Trueman’s Nostalgic Synchronic (for prepared digital piano); Jason Treuting’s Nine Numbers 4; Caroline Shaw’s Taxidermy; Donnacha Dennehy’s Broken Unison; and a new work by Suzanne Farrin.


National Gallery
Washington, D.C.

'the little match girl passion' performed by Baltimore Choral Arts Society

Sunday, February 10, 2019 - 3:00pm

This a cappella performance of the Baltimore Choral Arts Chamber Chorus recounts Hans Christian Andersen’s haunting short story of a poor child’s hopes and dreams. The Pulitzer Prize-winning composition will be matched with striking images created by MICA students. Visual and musical compositions are injected into the little match girl passion to create a multi-sensory mash-up!


Brown Center Falvey Hall
Baltimore, MD

'almost all the time'; 'prayers for night and sleep'; 'just (after song of songs); 'mystery sonatas' performed by musicians from the New World Symphony

Sunday, February 10, 2019 - 3:00pm

“With his winning of the Pulitzer Prize for The Little Match Girl Passion (one of the most original and moving scores of recent years), Lang, once a post-minimalist enfant terrible, has solidified his standing as an American master.” — The New Yorker

The music of David Lang, one of America’s most acclaimed composers, has been performed around the world by ensembles such as the BBC Symphony, The New York Philharmonic, Santa Fe Opera, the Kronos Quartet, and Eighth Blackbird. His opera, orchestra, chamber, and solo works are by turns ominous, ethereal, urgent, hypnotic, unsettling, and emotionally direct. Much of his work expands the definition of musical virtuosity itself. This concert features an array of musicians performing his work, with an introduction by Lang.

Norton Museum
Miami Beach, FL

Bearthoven: American Dream Release Show

Friday, February 8, 2019 - 8:00pm

American Dream, Bearthoven’s sophomore release, is a reflection of the contemporary American state of mind. Rather than making a political statement, this album reflects the paradoxical nature of the ‘American Dream’ in our current era. Consisting of three monumental new works by Scott Wollschleger, American Dream will be available on Cantaloupe Music on February 8, 2019.

Bearthoven will celebrate the release of American Dream with an opening set by violist Anne Leilehua Lanzilotti and a complete performance of the album on February 8th at Tenri Cultural Institute.

Tenri Cultural Institute
New York, NY

'little eye' performed by Katinka Kleijn

Friday, February 8, 2019 - 7:30pm


DAVID LANG     little eye for cello and four percussionists (1999)
DAI FUJIKURA     osm for solo cello (2015)LIA KOHL     and mouth and for cello and video (2017)
MARCOS BALTER     shadows of listening for cello and live electronics (2017)     
BRYAN JACOBS     ly ful hood for cello and electronics (2015)
DU YUN     Zinc Oxide (2018)
PAULINE OLIVEROS     For Two or Three Instruments (2016)
ALVIN LUCIER     Music for Cello with One or More Amplified Vases (1993)


University of North Carolina Moeser Auditorium
Chapel Hill, NC

Bearthoven at West Chester University

Thursday, February 7, 2019 - 8:00pm

Bearthoven Performs Scott Wollschleger’s American Dream and the world premiere of Trio by Katie Balch* at West Chester University in West Chester, Pennsylvania. Come hear American Dream the day before it is released on Cantaloupe Music!

*This commission has been made possible by the Chamber Music America Classical Commissioning Program, with generous funding provided by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and the Chamber Music America Endowment Fund.

West Chester University
West Chester, PA

Donnacha Dennehy: Uusi Teos premiered by Lina Andonovska

Thursday, February 7, 2019 - 7:00pm

Flautist Lina Andonovska’s solo concert is a brilliant display of sound and video. Quentin Tarantino’s films Pulp Fiction and Kill Bill blend together and offer inspiration for Nicole Lizée’s glitch piece. Within the glitch aesthetic, purposeful mechanical and digital ‘errors’ lend new artistic dimensions. During this concert, which makes the most of electronics and innovative audio manipulation, the audience will also be treated to the premiere performance of Donnacha Dennehy’s new piece.

Musica Nova, Helsinki

'the little match girl passion' and 'make peace' performed by The Crossing

Wednesday, February 6, 2019 - 7:00pm to Sunday, February 10, 2019 - 2:00pm

The Crossing takes their show on the road with a signature work, David Lang’s Pulitzer Prize-winning the little match girl passion, and highlights from the 2016 Jeff Quartets written by some of their closest composer friends.

February 6, 2019: Holloway Hall, Salisbury University, MD

February 7, 2019: The Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington DE

February 8, 2019: Pfleger Concert Hall, Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ

February 9, 2019: Baldwin Auditorium, Duke University, Durham, NC

February 10, 2019: Leighton Concert Hall, DeBartolo Center, Notre Dame University, IN


'illumination rounds' performed by Ensemble 20/21

Saturday, February 2, 2019 - 8:00pm

Curtis alumnus and world renown pianist Peter Serkin joins Curtis 20/21 and the Vera String Quartet to perform Arnold Schoenberg’s Ode to Napoleon, a work written in 1942 in response to the rise of authoritarianism and World War II. The program features other politically-charged works, including pieces by Curtis alums Jonathan Holland and 20/21 artistic director David Ludwig, as well as gripping musical statements by David Lang and Nina Young.


There will be a pre-concert conversation on stage with some of the composers of these works, as well as a discussion of the intersection of politics and music.

Gould Rehearsal Hall
Philadelphia, PA

Glamour Sleeper performed by Crash Ensemble in Helsinki

Saturday, February 2, 2019 - 7:00pm

Ireland’s foremost contemporary music ensemble, Crash Ensemble arrives at the ideal time to perform for Musica nova. This highly popular group will play two concerts, which will also feature the CrashLands film project.

At the first concert, held in Rehearsal Hall Paavo at the Helsinki Music Centre, Crash Ensemble will perform, among others, the new work Grey Area by its resident composer Sam Perkin, who is one of the hottest names in contemporary Irish music. Perkin – a skateboarder and contemporary composer – combines, in a surprising way, orchestral music and a nighttime skateboarding video in which the audience is taken on a hypnotic journey through the streets of Dublin and Cork. The concert also features the premiere of work by Finnish-Canadian Matthew Whittall as well as the piece Glamour Sleeper by one of the ensemble’s founding members, Donnacha Dennehy.

Musica Nova
Helsinki, Finland

'the little match girl passion' performed by Helsinki Chamber Choir

Saturday, February 2, 2019 - 4:30pm

The Helsinki Chamber Choir’s concert features a brand new commissioned piece and contemporary music that engages in dialogue with Baroque classics. In his work The Little Match Girl Passion (2007), post-minimalist David Lang presents his interpretation of H.C. Andersen’s classic tale. The work also draws, however, from the form of the St Matthew Passion by Bach, and the tale is raised to a new level to compare a little girl’s anguish to the suffering of Jesus.

Icelandic Anna Thorvaldsdottir’s arrestingly beautiful Ad Genua for string quintet and mixed choir (2016) is one of seven works by contemporary composers written for the American choir The Crossing, in response to the seven cantatas of Dietrich Buxtehude’sMembra Jesu Nostri.

The concert also features a premiere performance: praiseworthy Icelandic-German Steingrimur Rohloff has composed a new choir piece based on the texts of Danish poet Peter Laugesen. In recent times, Rohloff has been particularly praised as a composer of stage music.

House of Nobility
Helsinki, Finland

'east broadway' performed by Emanuele Arciuli

Thursday, January 31, 2019 - 8:45pm

Premio Abbiati 2011 as best soloist of the year, Emanuele Arciuli is a pianist in love with America and his music: his interest has been realized in a book,  Piano Music in the United States(Edt) and in numerous lessons, both radio and that television. With American Landscapesproposes a journey through American music, using five different keyboards: the piano, the electric piano, the toy piano, the harpsichord, the prepared piano. A succession of authors, from John Cage and Philip Glass to John Adams and Harold Budd, for a unique project, which unites the spectacular and visual component, a surprising variety of languages, styles and compositional techniques. But above all it offers a choice of the highest compositional quality, with intense, direct, communicative, intelligent works.


John Adams, China Gates for piano 
Henry Cowell, Set of Four (excerpts) for harpsichord amplified 
John Cage, Suite for Toy Piano
John Cage, The Perilous Night for piano prepared  
John Philip Glass, Etude # 2 
Kyle Gann, Fractured Paradise for keyboard 
Julia Wolfe sampler , East Broadway for piano toy and magnetic tape 
Harold Budd, Children on the Hill for electric piano and harmonizer 
Alan Hovhaness, Dark River and Distant Bell
Frederic Rzewski, Winnsboro Cotton Mill Blues for piano 

Teatro Verdi
Pordenone, Italy

LA Dance Project (Benjamin Millepied) performs to music by David Lang

Tuesday, January 29, 2019 to Friday, February 1, 2019

In 2011, Benjamin Millepied took his leave of the New York City Ballet, a company in which he danced all the major roles in the repertoire as principal dancer. A year later, he set up the L.A. Dance Project in Los Angeles, which is both a dance company and a creative hub bringing together a collective of artists from different fields (music, the visual arts, video, etc.). Building on its exceptional soloists and programmes which are open to all influences, the L.A. Dance Project combines Modern American Dance with a creative impetus which is deeply attuned to the contemporary world. For this third visit to the avenue Montaigne, Benjamin Millepied is taking over the entire evening to showcase his latest work.

Théâtre des Champs-Elysées
Paris, France

People's Commissioning Fund Concert

Monday, January 28, 2019 - 7:30pm

A New Sounds Live co-presentation hosted by John Schaefer and streamed live on
Bang on a Can’s People’s Commissioning Fund is a radical partnership between artists and audiences to commission works from adventurous composers. Founded in 1997, long before crowd-funding became the norm through Kickstarter and the like, Bang on a Can’s PCF has pooled contributions of all sizes from hundreds of friends and fans and since its inception has commissioned over 50 works of music for New York’s electric Bang on a Can All-Stars.

Merkin Hall, Kaufman Music Center
New York, NY

MUTED performed by Monica Germino

Monday, January 28, 2019 to Wednesday, January 30, 2019

“I’m going to write you a piece so soft, I don’t care if no one can hear it.” 
This was composer Michael Gordon’s response to Monica Germino’s news that she would have to protect her hearing by stopping or adapting how she played the violin.

Inspired by Germino’s strength and determination, four of the world’s leading composers – Michael Gordon, Julia Wolfe, and David Lang (co-founders of Bang on a Can) and legendary composer Louis Andriessen – joined forces to create MUTED. This collective composition features what Germino calls ‘whisperviolin’ and a part for Monica’s singing voice (in settings of texts from the 1930’s New York Post cult column Archy and Mehitabel).

Taking audiences to the thresholds of audibility, this intensely theatrical piece is conceived for small groups of listeners in intimate spaces.


Vancouver, Canada

Fire in my mouth performed by the New York Philharmonic and The Crossing Choir (world premiere)

Friday, January 25, 2019 - 8:00pm to Saturday, January 26, 2019 - 8:00pm

Jaap van Zweden conducts Julia Wolfe’s immersive visual and musical event — featuring lights, chamber choir, video, and projection — that explores a seminal event in New York City, the devastating Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire of 1911 that killed more than 100 young immigrants. 

David Geffen Hall
New York , NY

'manifesto' performed by Vancouver Chamber Choir

Friday, January 25, 2019 - 8:00pm

The final audition concert presents Erick Lichte, whom Vancouverites know as the Artistic Director of Chor Leoni Men’s Choir. His mostly contemporary and international repertoire will include John Tavener’s Village Wedding, David Lang’s manifesto, Eric Whitacre’s A Boy and a Girl and more music by Einojuhani Rautavaara, Zachary Wadsworth, Roberto Caamaño, Ēriks Ešenvalds, Eleanor Daley, Jennifer Higdon, Steven Sametz, Felix Mendelssohn and George Gershwin.

Shaughnessy Heights United Church
Vancouver, Canada

So Percussion at the Royal Conservatory

Saturday, January 19, 2019 - 8:00pm

Redefining the scope and vital role of the modern percussion ensemble, Sō Percussion performs Amid the Noise by Jason Treuting alongside works by Vijay Iyer, Suzanne Farrin, and Donnacha Dennehy.

Amid the Noise is a patient study of musical spaces, using a few meaningful quotes for material and structure. Each piece is made up of a few layers of melody, harmony, drone, noise, and rhythm. Some of the elements are prescribed, but many are left open for the performer to explore.

Vijay Iyer: Torque
Suzanne Farrin: New Work TBD
Donnacha Dennehy: Broken Unison (premiered last week at Carnegie Hall).
Jason Treuting: amid the noise

Koerner Hall
Toronto, Canada

'she is called' performed by the Brooklyn Youth Chorus

Saturday, January 19, 2019 - 7:00pm

The Series
Silent Voices is a multimedia, multi-composer, and multi-year series of concert works with spoken word conceived, produced and performed by Brooklyn Youth Chorus. Silent Voicesamplifies the voices of those silenced or marginalized in our communities and harnesses the power of young people to be instruments of change. The Chorus has commissioned a dynamic group of innovative artists to interpret rich personal stories and historical narratives exploring contemporary themes of identity, orientation, status, boundaries, and belonging.

This Show
Silent Voices: Lovestate, the third installment in the Silent Voices series, builds on the success of its earlier premieres at BAM’s Howard Gilman Opera House, National Sawdust, and Prototype Festival, in a program including stand-out works from the earlier series and new premieres. In Lovestate, a dynamic roster of composers and artists collaborate with the choristers in confronting the challenges of division and categorization, racism, sexism, immigration, threats to our environment and our understanding of truth, as we seek to affirm our vision of a more inclusive and compassionate future—a world we can all look forward to. Unifying this musically and topically broad work is the distinctively versatile and beautiful sound of the rigorously-trained singers—a chorus of culturally and socioeconomically diverse New York City young people, ages 12–18. Commissioned composers for Lovestate include: Pulitzer Prize winners David Lang and Caroline Shaw, Nico Muhly, Shara Nova, Paola Prestini, Toshi Reagon, Angelica Negron, Bora Yoon, and others.

Produced and Performed by Brooklyn Youth Chorus
Conceived and Conducted by Dianne Berkun Menaker
Chorus costumes provided by rag & bone

ASU Gammage
Tempe, AZ

'i lie' performed by Hard-Chor

Thursday, January 17, 2019 - 8:00pm

Toru Takemitsu - Vocalise I (from Wind horse) 
Jake Runestadt - Nyon Nyon 
Anton Webern - Dormi Jesu (from 5 canons op. 16) 
Aaron Copland - Help us, O Lord (from Four Motets) 
Aaron Copland - Thou, O Jehovah (out Four Motets) 
Aaron Copland - From Four Motets 
Aaron Copland - Sing to our King (from Four Motets) 
Toru Takemitsu - Vocalise II (from Wind horse) 
Thomas Jennefelt - Villarosa Sarialdi 
Per Norgard - Evening Song

Thomas Mandel - And you say 
Arvo Pärt - Virgencita 
John August Pamintuan - De profundis 
Eric Whitacre - Enjoy the silence 
Karl Jenkins - Exultate, jubilate 
Gabriel Jackson - Orbis patrons Optime 
David Lang - I lie

Gläserner Saal / Magna Auditorium, Musikverein Wien
Wien, Austria

Dark Waves (two piano version)

Thursday, January 10, 2019 - 8:00pm

Maarten van Veen and Ralph van Raat, piano


Bernd Alois Zimmermann Monologue
John Luther Adams Dark Waves (version for 2 pianos)
Claude Debussy Jeux

At 7.15 pm introduction by Maarten van Veen

De Doelen
Rotterdam, Netherlands

'she is called' performed by the Brooklyn Youth Chorus (world premiere)

Tuesday, January 8, 2019 - 7:00pm

The annual FERUS Festival is a showcase of untamed voices. The world’s most innovative artists perform their newest work in music, multimedia, and beyond.

For the fifth night of the 2019 FERUS Festival, the Brooklyn Youth Chorus seeks out the voices of the composers whose work is often marginalized and puts them front and center in their show Amplify.

Featuring works by a wide array of young and contemporary composers, the BYC’s Concert and Men’s Ensembles perform music that speaks directly to the most urgent themes of today, furthering vital conversations within and beyond the arts. The concert includes music by Composer, Co-Founder, and Artistic Director of National Sawdust Paola Prestini, Artist-in-Residence Angélica Negrón, National Sawdust Curator Daniel Bernard Roumain, David Lang, Olga Bell, and many more. Through the voices of those who are seldom heard, Amplify moves us towards a more inclusive and compassionate vision of the future.

National Sawdust
Brooklyn, NY

'make peace' performed by The Cathedral Choir of the Church of St. John the Divine

Monday, December 31, 2018 - 7:00pm

Founded by Leonard Bernstein in 1984, the annual New Year’s Eve Concert for Peace is a signature Cathedral event. Led by Kent Tritle, Director of Cathedral Music, this year’s concert includes William Boyce’s Symphony No. 1 in B-flat; soloist Sidney Outlaw joins the choir for Robert Convery’s powerful setting of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s I have a dream; and the choir performs make peace by David Lang and offers up the New York premiere of Wayne Oquin’s Alleluia. There is also music by Mozart, J.S. Bach, and special guests throughout the evening. And of course, the Cathedral Choir’s own Jamet Pittman leads the audience and invites them to join in with This little light of mine as we light candles to welcome the new year with hope, joy, and affirmation.

General admission seats are free and open to the public on the night of the show. Reserved seats are on sale now.

Church of St. John the Divine
New York, NY

'the little match girl passion' performed by Ensemble Alter Ratio

Friday, December 21, 2018 - 7:00pm

David Len's program "The little match girl passion" by 
Sviatoslav Lunov "The Noel Consort"

"The little match girl passion" by the fairy tale of G.K. Andersen, texts by H.P. Powell (the first interpreter of the English tale in 1872), Pikander (the librettist of Passion for Matthew, JS Bach) and the Gospel of Matthew.

House of education and culture
Kiev, Ukraine

'the little match girl passion' performed by Silbersee

Thursday, December 20, 2018 - 8:15pm

The end of the year is a time of reflection, to reflect on the events around us. Together with writer Anna Enquist Silbersee brings a winter evening with stories and reflections, words and music. The musical heart of this evening is David Langs the little match girl passion . This gripping winter passion, to the fairytale about the girl with the sulfur sticks, was crowned in 2008 with the Pulitzer Prize.

In the fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen, composer David Lang saw a contemporary passion story that offers both believers and atheists a moment of reflection. The words of Anna Enquist express in their own way themes such as hope, doubt and comfort. Music plays an important role in her poetry and novels. Together with the music of Jörg Brinkmann and Arvo Pärt, this promises to be a musical evening of stillness and inspiration.

Muziekgebouw Grote Zaal
Amsterdam, Netherlands

'the little match girl passion' for chorus performed by Pro Coro Canada ConSept

Sunday, December 16, 2018 - 7:00pm

The Little Match Girl Passion has become Pro Coro Canada’s annual Christmas concert. Providing a contrast to the abundance of the season, this one hour candlelit performance will take you on the heart wrenching but hopeful journey of Hans Christian Andersen’s iconic tale. The Passion will be performed by Pro Coro Canada ConSept: Jolaine Kerley, Adrienne Sitko, Caleb Nelson and Michael Kurschat.

Holy Trinity Anglican Church
Edmonton, Canada

'the little match girl passion' for chorus performed by The Choir of Trinity Wall Street

Saturday, December 15, 2018 - 7:00pm

The Grammy-nominated Choir of Trinity Wall Street—"blazing with vigour…a choir from heaven" (The Times, London)— returns to The Met with a stunning double bill. Dixit Dominus(The Lord Said), Handel's powerful setting of Psalm 110, is paired with David Lang's Pulitzer Prize-winning The Little Match Girl Passion, a "tender and mysterious" (The New York Times) contemporary choral work based on the classic Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale.

Metropolitan Museum of Art The Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium
New York , NY

So Percussion premieres new Princeton works on PSK

Monday, December 10, 2018 to Wednesday, December 12, 2018

new works for the Edward T. Cone Artists-in-Residence by Gemma Peacocke, Tom Morrison, Cleek Schrey, Connor Way, Anna Meadors, Molly Herron, Alyssa Weinberg, Jenny Beck, Annika Socolofsky, Pascal Le Bouef, Christopher Douthitt, Florent Ghys, Kendall Williams, and Ninfea Cruttwell-Reade

Monday, December 10, 2018, 8pm
Wednesday, December 12, 2018, 8pm


Taplin Auditorium
Princeton, NJ

'the little match girl passion' performed by Verdigris and the Avant Chamber Ballet

Friday, December 7, 2018 - 7:30pm to Saturday, December 8, 2018 - 7:30pm

Hans Christian Andersen's children's classic is being brought to life through David Lang's interpretation of the bittersweet story. Verdigris joins the Avant Chamber Ballet for a fully staged production of this story. This is the first time that a contemporary choral work will be staged with a ballet company in Dallas.

Moody Performance Hall
Dallas, TX

'the day' and 'world to come' performed by Maya Beiser to choreography by Lucinda Childs, with dancer Wendy Whelan

Friday, December 7, 2018 to Saturday, December 8, 2018

Dancer Wendy Whelan and cellist Maya Beiser join forces with the seminal modern dance choreographer Lucinda Childs to create THE DAY – an evening-length work, with evocative music by Pulitzer Prize-winning composer David Lang. THE DAY is a new work being developed at LUMBERYARD over a two-week production and technical residency, and will have its world premiere at Jacob's Pillow in summer 2019 and its New York premiere at The Joyce Theater in fall 2019, before touring the U.S. and abroad. Audiences are invited to see the work in progress at LUMBERYARD in showings on December 7 and 8.

Featuring both Beiser and Whelan onstage for the duration of the performance, THE DAY is a meditation on two journeys – the mortal passage, followed by the eternal, post-mortal voyage of the soul. This bold, highly collaborative work explores universal themes not easily grappled with – memory, aging, death, the survival of the soul – through the shared language of music and dance.

New York, NY

'just (after song of songs)' performed by Sidney Krum Young Artists

Thursday, December 6, 2018 - 7:00pm

SWEET IS THY VOICE: THE SONG OF SONGS IN CONCERTThursday Dec 6, 2018 7:00pmSidney Krum Young Artists
Concert Series

The Sidney Krum Young Artists Concert Series is made possible by a generous gift from the Estate of Sidney Krum.

This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council.

Admission: $15
YIVO members & students: $10



Shir hashirim, “The Song of Songs,” is the ur-love poem. An ecstatic erotic book found in ketuvim (writings) in the Hebrew bible, it has been a source of inspiration for generation after generation of Hebrew love poems, and has inspired musical settings in a variety of languages, and from a variety of Jewish and non-Jewish perspectives. This concert will feature a selection of songs that set to music excerpts of “The Song of Songs” or texts inspired by it, in languages ranging from Hebrew and Yiddish to English, Russian, German, and Latin. Composers include Claudio Monteverdi, J. S. Bach, David Lang, Joseph Rumshinsky, Sholem Pearlmutter and Herman Wohl, Mikhail Gnesin, Lazare Saminsky, and Lyubov Streicher. The concert will also include new works commissioned by Loren Loiacono and Na’ama Zisser engaging with "The Song of Songs" from contemporary perspectives. 

YIVO Institute for Jewish Research
New York, NY

Anthracite Fields performed by Bang on a Can All-Stars and Trinity Wall Street @ Carnegie Hall

Saturday, December 1, 2018 - 9:00pm

The music compels without overstatement,” wrote the Los Angeles Times of Julia Wolfe’s Pulitzer Prize–winning Anthracite Fields. “This is a major, profound work.” Inspired by miners living in the Pennsylvania coal region, Wolfe uses oral histories, interviews with miners and their families, speeches, children’s rhymes, and other sources to create a powerful cantata that speaks of the American worker’s experience. With music that is at times elegiac, hard-driving, and tender, Wolfe creates a soundscape that is deeply moving.

Zankel Hall
New York , NY

Julia Wolfe's Anthracite Fields at Carnegie Hall

Saturday, December 1, 2018 - 9:00pm

Julia Wolfe's Anthracite Fields, performed by the Bang on a Can All-Stars and The Trinity Choir of Wall St, Julian Wachner conductor, at Zankel Hall!

"[Anthracite Fields] captures not only the sadness of hard lives lost…but also of the sweetness and passion of a way of daily life now also lost. The music compels without overstatement. This is a major, profound work." - Mark Swed, Los Angeles Times.

Carnegie Hall Zankel Hall
881 7th Ave
New York City, NY