2015 look and listen



The 2015 Festival was:

May 1 at BRIC House in Brooklyn @ 8 PM
May 2 at Whitebox Art Center in Manhattan @ 8PM
May 3 at Whitebox Art Center in Manhattan @ 7PM

Go to the History page for more concert details and photos.

Recordings of all three concerts will be available soon on Q2 Music.

Thanks to all of those who came to see/hear the festival!

Stay tuned for news about L+L 2016 …


Festival concerts available
for streaming on Q2 Music

q2_logocmyk_croppedOur Digital Partner, Q2 Music, recorded and has made the concerts from 2010 – 2014 available for streaming on their website. Take a listen on the dedicated Look & Listen Q2 page.


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Buzz about the L&L Festival:

New York Classical Review, 5/4/15: “The 14th annual Look and Listen Festival concluded Sunday at the Whitebox Art Center with a concert of new music that featured the performers as much as the composers… listeners had the close-up experience of what some contemporary composers are producing … perfectly satisfying … finely made and finely played.”

The New York Times, 5/1/15“New-music royalty including the violinist Miranda Cuckson, So Percussion and the cellist Jeffrey Zeigler take to art venues in Brooklyn and Manhattan for this wide-ranging festival.”

The New Yorker“chock-full of edgy new music”

I Care If You Listen, 5/21/15: “Look and Listen’s opening night served its mission with excellent resolve. Showcasing these works in an unconventional gallery space made for a clear analogy to the importance of new music and art, their potential dialogue, and how and where these media are consumed.”

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 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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