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From Cantaloupe Music- Pulitzer Finalist: "Sound from the Bench, by Ted Hearne"

Cantaloupe Music is the recording arm of Bang On a Can, the original New Music DIY organization.

Recording released on March 24, 2017 by The Crossing, a five-movement cantata for chamber choir, electric guitar and percussion that raises oblique questions about the crosscurrents of power through excerpts from sources as diverse as Supreme Court rulings and ventriloquism textbooks. 1,299 more words

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From Bang On a Can via Red Bull Music Festival: "Tristan Perich: Drift Multiply, Lesley Flanigan"

Bang On a Can is the original DIY New Music Organization

Red Bull Music Festival New York 2018

Thursday 3 May- Friday 25 May, 2018… 1,432 more words

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From Bang On a Can: "Bang on a Can Marathon!"

Bang On a Can is the original DIY New Music Organization

Bang on a Can Marathon!

Sunday, May 13, 2018 – 12:00pm – 10:00pm
NYU Skirball Center… 1,423 more words

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From Echoes: "Tuesday, March 27th, 2018: Brian Eno's Music for Airports at 40"

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Brian Eno & John Diliberto from Echoes

Hard to believe it’s been 40 years since Brian Eno recorded Ambient 1: Music for Airports. With it, he created a new sound, and coined a new term in modern music that is still being explored today. 326 more words

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The Crossing to perform Bang on a Can composer Michael Gordon’s "Anonymous Man" at EMPAC

Troy, NY — On Thursday, March 22, at 7:30PM, Grammy Award-winning choir The Crossing will perform composer and Bang on a Can founder Michael Gordon’s new choral work  438 more words

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From Cantaloupe: Bang on a Can All-Stars release new album More Field Recordings on Cantaloupe Music

Cantaloupe Music is the recording arm of Bang On a Can, the original New Music DIY organization.

Music by Richard Reed Parry, Dan Deacon, Ben Frost, Anna Thorvaldsdottir, Glenn Kotche, Caroline Shaw, Jace Clayton, Nico Muhly, Gabriella Smith, Paula Matthusen, Zhang Shouwang, Juan Felipe Waller, René Lussier. 276 more words

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From Cantaloupe Music and the New Yorker: "A Physically Punishing Solo-Piano Masterpiece"

Cantaloupe Music is the recording arm of Bang On a Can, the original New Music DIY organization.

The New Yorker

3.8.18
Ethan Iverson

The pianist Vicky Chow says that playing “Sonatra” is a “traumatic physical experience.” Composed by Michael Gordon, in 2004, and released on Cantaloupe Music, in two versions, one in normal tuning and one in unsettling just intonation, “Sonatra” is a spectacular addition to the piano repertoire. 607 more words

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