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Composer: Feldman, Morton (1926-1987)

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Year of birth1926
Year of death1987
January 2019
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New York CityAmerican Composers Orchestra

© Richard Bowdit
Feldman, Coates, Du Yun
American Composers Orchestra; George Manahan; Helga Davis; Ali Sethi; Shayna Dunkleman; Khaled Jarrar

BerlinArditti Quartet

Crawford Seeger, Webern, Feldman, Nancarrow, Birtwistle
Arditti String Quartet


Mozart, Feldman
Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra; Dima Slobodeniouk; Anu Komsi

DortmundBrahms Requiem

Feldman, Brahms
Mahler Chamber Orchestra; Teodor Currentzis; Nadezhda Pavlova; Wiebke Lehmkuhl; Dimitris Tiliakos; musicAeterna Choir
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Hodges and Currie with meditative Stockhausen at the Southbank

Colin Currie © Linda Nylind
Two new music specialists revel in the sheer textural variation of Kontakte
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Restless tranquility: Cikada ensemble plays Feldman

Morton Feldman © Rob Bogaerts / Anefo
With Morton Feldman's Piano, Violin, Viola, Cello, the Cikada ensemble embarked on a unsettlingly calming exploration of life itself.
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The Music of Silence: Steven Osborne at Milton Court

Steven Osborne © Benjamin Ealovega
Pianist Steven Osborne explored stillness in music in an intense and beautifully-controlled performance of works by American composers Morton Feldman and George Crumb.
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Either/Or's Phenomenal Philip Guston

Morton Feldman © Rob Bogaerts
After four and a half hours of glacial, repetitive, soporifically quiet music... the crowd goes wild! This was the scene at Issue Project Room on Sunday evening as three members from the Either/Or Ensemble concluded Morton Feldman’s monumental trio For Philip Guston.
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Liszt under inspection from Marino Formenti at the New York Phil Biennial

Marino Formenti © Gyula Fodor
Marino Formenti only briefly introduced his eclectic whirlwind recital, “Liszt Inspections”, before calling out “Good luck!” and diving into one of the most attention-grabbing sequences of music that I’ve ever witnessed.
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