If you read between the lines, you’ll see that the venue is by and large a cutting-edge classical-music destination—one that, if it delivers everything it’s promising, could do a lot to shift the balance of power away from old-guard Manhattan institutions like Lincoln Center.
– Time Out

The new venue — which is envisioned as a concert hall, nightclub and recording studio and musical hangout — will work with contemporary composers and establish partnerships with some of the city’s top cultural institutions, including the Philharmonic.
– New York Times

Thanks to all those who made it out to Experience in the Ruins Vol 2 and our RUINS After-Party, hosted at Pioneer Works. We had a wonderful evening celebrating with all of you. And to our fabulous artists, Philip Glass, Tim Fain, Jeffrey Zeigler, the Choir at Trinity Wall Street with Julian Wachner and Alicia Hall Moran, New York Philharmonic, Andy Akiho, Oh Land, Helga Davis, Reggie Roc (Gray) and the FLEXN Brooklyn Dancers, Taylor Levine, Rinde Eckert, Theo Bleckmann, ACME, Emel Mathlouthi, Brandon Stosuy, Robin Carolan, Caleb Braaten, Micachu,Holy Other, and our brilliant chef Patrick Connolly. What a night.