We are thrilled to announce the
2014 Look & Listen Festival
May 1, 2014 at the Invisible Dog Art Center in Brooklyn
May 2, 2014 at the Robert Miller Gallery in Manhattan
- Three different concert venues, including two that bring us to Brooklyn for the first time ever
- World Premiere of L&L’s commission Coronata di stele by Composers Collective Chair Sebastián Zubieta, performed by Damocles Trio
- The International Contemporary Ensemble playing pieces by Mario Davidovsky and Phyllis Chen
- Guitarist Andrew McKenna Lee, joined by members of The Knells
- The Meehan/Perkins Duo performing Travel Diary by Paul Lansky
- Selections by Richard Carrick and John Glover performed by Hotel Elefant
- Premiere of Dedifferentiation with Brass: Constructions by Chris McIntyre, performed by TILT Brass
- Daedalus Quartet performing Joan Tower’s WHITE WATER (String Quartet No. 5)
- Duo Gazzana‘s New York debut, presented by ECM New Series
- Performance of the Composers Competition winning piece, Solo Collections by Antonio Macaretti
- Ambient music by Michael Brown, Phyllis Chen and Robert Dietz
Head to the Current Season page for details!
And check out our recent write-up in the New York Times ArtsBeat
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: “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”
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