Innovations that have enlivened offshoot programs at the Mostly Mozart festival in recent years infused some of the festival orchestra’s concerts.
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The Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra partnered with So Percussion, the brilliant percussion quartet, for an exhilarating David Lang concerto that used found objects.
A Little Night Music, the popular series of late-night, hourlong programs, returns to the elegant and intimate Kaplan Penthouse at Lincoln Center.
This show by So Percussion and others like it try to grapple with issues like politics and social consciousness.
The “Trilogy” concerts, presented at the Lincoln Center Festival, showcased the outstanding communication between the four players in So Percussion.
Three concerts at the Lincoln Center Festival drove home how a younger generation has embraced Mr. Reich’s music as its own.
The virtuosic ensemble plays three concerts as part of the Lincoln Center Festival. It will mix classics with newer works.
The Prism Quartet devoted two concerts at Roulette in Brooklyn to exploring the complex, subjective notion of color in music.
The program at Zankel Hall included a new piece by Mr. Kotche, one composed by Ms. Worden and So, and more, amid a clangor of nonstandard percussion.
The new-music ensemble Contemporaneous focuses on female composers at Pioneer Works, and Glenn Kotche joins So Percussion at Carnegie Hall.