The music and art scenes in 1960s New York were deeply connected. The lives of composers such as John Cage and Morton Feldman were interwoven with the lives of the artists around them, and new ideas flowed between disciplines. Towards the end of his life, Feldman wrote several tribute pieces including For John Cage (1982), which has become one of his most well-known works. This performance will feature Karl Lawson (piano) and Erica Dicker (violin).
Thursday, December 15, 7:30–9pm
The Jewish Museum
5th Ave at 92nd St, NYC
This season, the Jewish Museum will also present other public programs related to New York: 1962-1964, including:
New York: Between Art and Life
Free Video Series
Available to watch anytime on the Jewish Museum’s YouTube channel, this series of talks includes interviews with artists, critics, and art historians, exploring a variety of exhibition-related themes. New videos will be added throughout November and December.
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Explore the exhibition and more related programs at TheJewishMuseum.org.
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