In Review: TILT Brass

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Lévy Gorvy Gallery complemented its current show, 'Calder/Kelly,' with a premiere by composer Lea Bertucci, played by members of TILT Brass dispersed among the gallery's three floors and stairwell.

In Review: Glass Handel

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Video, dance, live-action painting—even moving seats and craned necks—were part of what Vivien Schweitzer experienced witnessing Anthony Roth Costanzo's 'Glass Handel' at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine.

Playlist (Succumb Now to the Spirit).

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Included in this week's tally of memorable things Log editor Steve Smith has stuck in his ears are recordings featuring MKWAJU ensemble, Éliane Radigue, Alvin Lucier, and Funeral Mist.

In Review: Starshine and Clay

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Arguments abound over the utility and observance of Transgender Day of Remembrance; small wonder, writes Brin Solomon, that in a concert of music by trans composers at Juilliard, no two took the same approach.

Playlist (If Only I Could Remember Your Name).

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Included in this week's tally of memorable things Log editor Steve Smith has stuck in his ears are recordings featuring Florence Price, Matt Hannafin, Maria Finkelmeier, and Anthony Braxton.

In Review: Du Yun Composer Portrait

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A Miller Theatre Composer Portrait showcasing high priestess of musical eclecticism Du Yun, Jennifer Gersten writes, displayed her formidable skill for making her influences cohere as visceral, gratifying narratives.

Matthew Dear: Otherness, Fatherhood, and the Wisdom in Talking to Strangers

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Ahead of his National Sawdust show Nov. 16, Matthew Dear chats with Justin Joffe about embracing his inner oddball, staying up with the dance community after becoming a dad, and talking to strangers on airplanes.

David Dominique: Revealing the Man Behind Mask

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Composer and trombonist David Dominique talks about his background in New York, his development in Los Angeles, and the tumultuous period that resulted in his bold new album, 'Mask.'

Video premiere: Padma Newsome

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Watch the exclusive premiere of the first video from a forthcoming album by Padma Newsome (Clogs, The National), and learn about a new community get-together series hosted by New Amsterdam Records.

Playlist (Don't Call It a Comeback).

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Included in this week's tally of memorable things Log editor Steve Smith has stuck in his ears are recordings featuring Takehisa Kosugi, Félicia Atkinson & Jefre Cantu-Ledesma, Dave Douglas, and Dutch ReBelle.