The String Orchestra of Brooklyn performs the World Premiere of four new works by young composers at the forefront of composition and improvisation: Eli Keszler, Catherine Lamb, Zach Layton, and Doron Sadja. Now in its third edition, this year's "String Theories" is presented in collaboration with Roulette.
Video from our June 9th 2012 John Cage Centennial Concert. Members of the String Orchestra of Brooklyn perform Cage's "String Quartet in Four Parts."
The fourth annual Darmstadt “Classics of the Avant Garde” Institue celebrates all of June as the ersatz new music history month in New York and draws on a wide variety of experimental approaches from the canon and current practice.
Darmstadt and ISSUE Project Room celebrate the John Cage centenary year with this program of works for string ensemble and chorus. The evening's program includes Twenty Three, String Quartet in Four Parts, and Hymns and Variations.
String Theories is a joint partnership between ISSUE Project Room and the String Orchestra of Brooklyn designed to provide innovative artists with a unique opportunity to premiere new experimental works for string orchestra. Featuring works by Anthony Coleman, C. Spencer Yeh, MV Carbon, and Eric Wubbels.