In Review: Kinds of Kings

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Kinds of Kings are hardly a homogenous bunch, and their music reflects it—Brin Solomon reviews a concert the collective presented with Metropolis Ensemble on Dec. 9.

Album Review: Miriam Khalil, Ayre Live

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Lebanese-Canadian soprano Miriam Khalil renders the eclectic sources Osvaldo Golijov used in 'Ayre' as a lived-in landscape on her new live recording for Against the Grain, revealing a piece for our time.

In Review: Henry Flynt + Lary 7 Ensemble

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In conjunction with an exhibition devoted to video and art objects created by Tony Conrad, MIT List Visual Arts Center hosted a concert by Henry Flynt and Lary 7 honoring Conrad's musical legacy.

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.

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.

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.

In Review: Experiments in Opera, Modularias

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It is impossible for an experimental opera to be unsuccessful, Brin Solomon asserts, but an evening of new works presented by Experiments in Opera at the Flea Theater still yielded uneven results.

In Review: Words on the Street

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Left unfinished when composer Matt Marks died, 'Words on the Street' – running through Nov. 4 at Baruch Perorming Arts Center – finds his mission carried forward by a community he helped to build.

In Review: Unsound Krakow 2018

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Steve Dollar files a report from Unsound Krakow 2018, a groundbreaking, genre-blurring Polish festival that has evolved into something so much greater than the sum of its components.