Either/Or and Beth Morrison Opera Projects continue their collaboration on Keeril Makan's operatic treatment of the legendary Bergman film. Directed by Jay Scheib in the gorgeous performance space of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.
Either/Or presents a casual on-stage concert of György Ligeti, including his Trio for Horn, Violin, and Piano and a selection of his Piano Etudes performed by the inimitable Taka Kigawa.
Miller Theatre's Composer Portraits and Either/Or present a rare US portrait concert of the legendary Iancu Dumitrescu. Works ranging from soloist with electronics to large ensemble, including 2 World Premieres and 2 US Premieres.
New and recent chamber music from Ana-Maria Avram. On-stage at Miller Theatre with beer from Harlem Brewing Co.
Music of Bartók, Enescu, Niculescu, and premieres from guest composers Ana-Maria Avram and Iancu Dumitrescu. On-stage at Miller Theatre with beer and wine!
Either/OR will present two nights of new and recent chamber music from "an aesthetic space that no one else inhabits." featuring gems from the late 20th Century repertoire by Morton Feldman and Horațiu Rădulescu.
Either/OR will present two nights of new and recent chamber music from "an aesthetic space that no one else inhabits." featuring guest artist composer/pianist Anthony Coleman.
Either/Or return to Philadelphia for the cullmination of Bowerbird's Feldman Festival.
New works for ensemble and computer-generated score from hardware hacker and installation composer Collins.
Either/Or Trio performs Feldman's 4 1/2 hr masterwork at the CSUF New Music Festival.
New and recent works from Richard Carrick, Pamela Madsen, and Elliott Sharp.
Either/Or Trio and CSUF New Music Ensemble play recent graphic and notated works with guitarist/composer Elliott Sharp.
Featuring two premieres from a long-time E/O collaborator. If We Knew the Sky, for large ensemble (world premiere, commissioned by E/O with support from the Jebediah Foundation), and Letting Time Circle Through Us, for sextet (NY premiere, commissioned by E/O with support from Meet the Composer/Commissioning USA).
A quiet season opener as part of Miller Theatre's intimate Pop-Ups! series. Onstage seating, beer and wine, and music of Alvin Lucier, Horatiu Radulescu, and Morton Feldman.
The festival culminates on June 29th with a special event for Either/Or's 10th Birthday: Morton Feldman's rarely heard 4 1/2 hour epic, For Philip Guston, at Brooklyn's Issue Project Room. E/O has championed Feldman's music for the past decade and his late trios for flute, piano, and percussion are among the works closest to the heart of the Either/Or repertoire. This will be a rare performance of one of the true masterworks of late 20th century experimentalism, balancing the sheer timbral beauty of this unique ensemble with virtuosic interplay and Feldman's inimitable sense of scale.
Tickets are $15 and available online through the Issue Project Room website : http://issueprojectroom.org/event/either-or-feldman-guston
June 27th E/O returns to Whitebox for a CD release concert for co-director Richard Carrick's Stone Guitars (released on New Focus Recordings), multi-layered electric guitar music featuring special guests Chris Cochrane, Gamin, and others.
June 26 will feature E/O soloists Margaret Lancaster, Vasko Dukovski, Aaron Baird and co-director David Shively, in a theatrical melange of works by iconic composers Karlheinz Stockhausen, Mauricio Kagel, Jacob Druckman, Alvin Lucier, and others at the Whitebox Art Center.
New works written for the Either/Or Quartet by composition students at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
7 World Premieres from Columbia University graduate students
World Premiere of the full-length version of Makan's sextet (Meet the Composer commission for Either/Or)...
Chamber music, solo, and installation works from an American master
Either/Or Large Ensemble makes its 4th appearance at Miller Theatre's Composer Portraits. Music of Icelandic rising star Anna Thorvaldsdottir.
Recent chamber music and a solo performance from composer/improviser/polymath George Lewis
@ CONNECT Festival, Malmö, Sweden
125 World Premieres by US and European composers.