In Review: Hidejiro Honjoh, Shamisen Evolution

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Shamisen innovator Hidejiro Honjoh and International Contemporary Ensemble members blazed new collaborative trails in "Shamisen Evolution," reviewed by Jennifer Gersten at Japan Society.

In Review: Laurie Anderson and Zeitkratzer

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Xenia Hanusiak reports on a new touring work by Laurie Anderson, 'The Language of the Future,' presented in collaboration with the German ensemble Zeitkratzer at the Ultima festival in Oslo.

In Review: Julia Bullock at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Vivien Schweitzer reviews "History's Persistent Voice," the first event presented by soprano Julia Bullock in her ambitious five-program MetLive Arts residency.

In Review: MATA Divine Mysteries: Ángeloi

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Reviewing the latest concert in a new series presented by MATA, Lana Norris ponders the potential for sacred music to emphasize not only creativity, but also dialogue and awareness.

In Review: Resonant Bodies Festival

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Pondering the Resonant Bodies Festival presented at Roulette Sept. 11-13, Olivia Giovetti wonders whether it's possible for Americans in 2018 to come together in a state of listening.

In Review: Kate Amrine

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Rebecca S. Lentjes reviews a delightful hour-long recital by trumpeter Kate Amrine, featuring a mix of inventive and topical works, presented at Areté Venue & Gallery in Brooklyn.

John Luther Adams: An Art Fully Present in the Fullness of the Present Moment

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Reflecting on the world premiere of 'In the Name of the Earth' during Lincoln Center's Mostly Mozart Festival, Olivia Giovetti considers method and motivation in the music of John Luther Adams.

In Review: The Force of Things

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Olivia Giovetti plumbs history, mystery, materiality, and more to evoke Ashley Fure's 'The Force of Things,' presented by the International Contemporary Ensemble for Lincoln Center's Mostly Mozart Festival.

In Review: The Dream Unfinished + Contemporaneous

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Vivien Schweitzer reviews "Sanctuary," an evening of music and talk meant to spark dialogue about racial and social injustice, presented on July 27 by The Dream Unfinished and Contemporaneous.

In Review: Ansonia Quartet at the Museum of Modern Art

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Rebecca S. Lentjes reviews a wide-ranging mix of world premieres and "probable" New York premieres, played by the Ansonia Quartet at the Museum of Modern Art.