The venerable string quartet is touring A Thousand Thoughts, playing live accompaniment for a documentary about its history and music.
On Saturday, the Calder Quartet will perform Morton Feldman’s five-hour String Quartet No. 2 in the Fuentidueña Chapel at the Cloisters.
Violinist Camilla Urso “stood on the stage like a statue on fire,” in the words of writer Theodore Tilton.
George A. Schastey had one of the most popular design firms among New York City’s Gilded Age elite, but now his work is barely known.
CHICAGO — A recent collaboration in Chicago between visual artists and composers, called Ten x Ten, explored the most common form of synesthesia, which seems to be the relation between colors and sounds.
LOUISVILLE — Music Unwound remains a provocative commentary on the history of music, politics, and performance—specifically the role of human capital in the creation and consumption of culture. Given this layered content, it seemed very contentious to present it here in Louisville.