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LIVE REVIEW: Roomful of Teeth Perform at National Sawdust for ACO's SONiC Festival

LIVE REVIEW: Roomful of Teeth, Ted Hearne Sparkle at National Sawdust for ACO's SONiC Festival >>

Here in the dwindling nights of the American Composers Orchestra's aptly titled showcase SONiC: Sounds of a New Century, composers aged 40 and under are filing out of venues in both Manhattan and Brooklyn, all of which have played safe harbor to their thoroughly modern machinations. Saturday night's performance at National Sawdust, care of the unflappable vocal ensemble Roomful of Teeth, duly certified festival, venue and ensemble together as one hell of a discovery.

Chicago Symphony Orchestra Announces 2015-16 Season, New Composers-In-Residence

Chicago Symphony Orchestra Announces 2015-16 Season, New Composers-In-Residence >>

The Chicago Symphony Orchestra recently announced its 125th Anniversary Season, during which the CSO will take a fresh look at some of the works the Orchestra has premiered over the past 125 years. The CSO also announced a renewed focus on the Austro-German orchestral repertoire, from Handel to Mahler, in 2015-16.

Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s 2014-15 MusicNOW Series Features Music by Jonny Greenwood of Radiohead and Anna Clyne Premiere

Chicago Symphony’s 2014-15 MusicNOW Series Features Anna Clyne Premiere, Radiohead's Jonny Greenwood >>

Highlights from next season's MusicNOW concerts include 'The Wind in High Places' by Pulitzer Prize-winning composer John Luther Adams, Jonny Greenwood’s 'Suite' from the movie 'There Will Be Blood', and the world premiere of Anna Clyne’s 'Postponeless Creature.'

MUSE/IQUE Presents Copland's 'Appalachian Spring' with Dust Brother EZ Mike, Anna Clyne's 'fits + starts' >>

MUSE/IQUE's "Uncorked" series continues on Monday, February 24 with “Spring/Within,” spotlighting Aaron Copland’s iconic 1944 ballet score, 'Appalachian Spring.'

From Bach to Boulez: Chicago Symphony Orchestra Announces Brilliant 2014-15 Season >>

The Chicago Symphony Orchestra announced two pieces of important news yesterday: The orchestra's widely-respected music director Riccardo Muti signed a new contract with the CSO, extending his tenure as music director through 2020; and the CSO announced programming for their 2014-15 season.

Riccardo Muti Extends Contract as Music Director of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra Through 2020 >>

Maestro Riccardo Muti's deeply rewarding artistic collaboration with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra will continue beyond next season. Muti announced on Monday that he will extend his tenure as music director of the CSO through 2020.

EXCLUSIVE: Composers Mason Bates, Anna Clyne on Re-Imagining the Chicago Symphony's MusicNOW Series >>

The audience at a Chicago Symphony Orchestra MusicNOW concert is in for a vastly different experience than is the norm at most other CSO concerts. MusicNOW, curated by Mason Bates and fellow CSO composer-in-residence Anna Clyne, is the CSO’s nationally recognized and critically acclaimed new-music series.

Jude Kelly's U.K. Southbank Centre Announce 2014-15: Birtwistle Birthday, Anna Clyne and Barenboim Playing Schubert >>

The Southbank Centre is seen as an arbiter of London cultural taste, especially latterly under the leadership of Jude Kelly. And after 2013-14's season, themed after the Alex Ross book The Rest Is Noise (a brilliant conceit), there is considerable interest in her follow-up.

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