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2014 Festival concerts to air
on Q2 Music

q2_logocmyk_croppedOur Digital Partner, Q2 Music, recorded the Look & Listen 2014 concerts and will air them this month and next. The four concerts are scheduled to air on June 3rd, June 10th, June 17th and July 1st, consecutively, all at 8 PM EST. They will also be made available for on-demand streaming at q2music.org on the day of the webcast itself. Tune in to hear each one of the varied and stimulating concerts from our 2014 season!

Head to the Current Season page for full details on the concert line-ups.

And click here to access the Q2 recordings of concerts going back to 2010!

 


Join us for our first-ever
BBQ Fun-raiser!

Please help us ring in the summer season — and support your local new music festival — at a BBQ Fundraiser on June 22nd, from 2 – 5 PM. Enjoy some delicious grilled meats, courtesy of Fleisher’s organic butcher, and ice cream sundaes, provided by Coop’s MicroCreamery, as well as other yummy food items provided by Look & Listen friends and family. We’ll also hold a raffle with lots of great prizes!

For details and tickets, check out our Fun-raiser page.


Please support us!

We’re thrilled to continue expanding audiences’ horizons by presenting high-quality and adventurous repertoire in New York City art galleries, but we need your help!

Every dollar you contribute makes a difference. You can make a tax-deductible donation at our donations page. We appreciate your support!


Buzz about the L&L Festival:

The New Yorker, Goings  on About Town, 4/28/14: “This series, a going concern since 2002, builds on the spirit of the postwar New York School by placing vibrant concerts of new music into forward-looking art galleries.”

New York Times ArtsBeat: “an eclectic slate of new music concerts in galleries”

The New Yorker: “a crew of youthful virtuosos”

The New York Times: “This adventurous festival offers treats for eyes and ears.”

Time Out New York: “An ambitious grassroots music and visual art series that grows more impressive with each passing year.”

Steve Smith, New York Times: “This personable festival has hit on a winning formula: vital new music presented by authoritative players in an informal setting, surrounded by contemporary art.”

Time Out New York: “impeccably curated”

Allan Kozinn, New York Times: “much-too-short”

Click here for more press!