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Composer: Cage, John (1912-1992)

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Year of birth1912
Year of death1992
NationalityUnited States
Period20th century
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LondonTime Stands Still – Hugo Ticciati, Víkingur Ólafsson & Miyoko Shida

© Marco Borggreve
Dowland, Satie, Pärt, Glass, Cage, Beethoven
Hugo Ticciati; Víkingur Ólafsson; Miyoko Shida

LondonPieces of Wood

Pieces of Wood
Reich, Trevino, Cage
University of Minnesota Duluth Percussion; Quey Percussion; Perc'm

AldeburghCédric Tiberghien

Cage: Sonatas and Interludes for prepared piano
Cédric Tiberghien, Piano

AldeburghIbragimova & Tiberghien

Mozart, Crumb, Cage, Beethoven
Cédric Tiberghien; Alina Ibragimova

SnapeBye-Bye Beethoven

Ives, Haydn, Cage, Bach, Kurtág, Beethoven, Sanchez-Chiong
Mahler Chamber Orchestra; Patricia Kopatchinskaja; Jorge Sanchez-Chiong; Maria Ursprung; Simon Janssen
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NYCB: 21st Century Choreographers

Teresa Reichlen and Company in Justin Peck’s Year of the Rabbit  © Paul Kolnik
This program was a good one to inspire your confidence about the future of choreography.
***11
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Pugnacious Shostakovich at Carnegie Hall

Michael Tilson Thomas © Chris Wahlberg
Michael Tilson Thomas and the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra, joined by cellist Gautier Capuçon, presented modern, post-war masterworks in their first of two nights in Stern Auditorium.
****1
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Sirje Viise: a commanding performance

A commanding performance of six pieces from as many composers – all either new, nearly new or rare classics. 
*****
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Empty Moves: Abstract Pleasures

© Jean-Claude Carbonne
I definitely recommend Empty Moves but you have to come to it with an open mind, ready to see something completely different.
****1
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NYCB Matinée

Sara Mearns and Amar Ramasar in Sonatas and Interludes © Paul Kolnik
Peter Martins's greatest legacy at New York City Ballet is his tremendous eye for talent and it was on full display at this matinee show.
****1
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