Time Out, Photograph: Dominic Perri
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Time Out says
Mon Feb 22 2010
It’s all business at John Zorn’s space on the Lower East Side—and the business is cutting-edge avant-garde music. Each month is curated by one or more artists; the aesthetic is rigorous, which doesn't mean unappealing. There's no bar, no phone, no merchandise—and no better place to become intimate with the world's greatest musical innovators.
What's on at The Stone
Experimental & Free improvisation
- Critics' pick
We've known and loved harpist, keyboardist and composer Zeena Parkins for years now, largely on the strength of her work with artists like Björk, Elliott Sharp and even Courtney Love, but we've seldom had an opportunity like this one to hear her own work...
Jazz & Experimental, Chamber, Asian music
Consistently one of New York's most adventurous and compelling woodwind improvisers, Ned Rothenberg has turned increasingly to formal composition in the past few years. This weeklong Stone residency will showcase numerous facets of his work: freewheeling...