To celebrate the 45th anniversary of In C, the Kronos Quartet is “curating”  a star-studded gathering of musicians who will perform In C in Stern Auditorium at Carnegie Hall for the first time tomorrow (Friday) night.  This once-in-a-lifetime concert has an ensemble that includes Kronos Quartet, Terry Riley, and original In C performers Stuart Dempster, Jon Gibson, Katrina Krimsky, and Morton Subotnick.

Not to mention: Ustad Mashkoor Ali Khan, Sidney Chen, Dennis Russell Davies, Loren Kiyoshi Dempster, Bryce Dessner, Dave Douglas, Trevor Dunn, Jacob Garchik, Philip Glass, Osvaldo Golijov, Michael Harrison, Michael Hearst, Scott Johnson, Joan La Barbara, Saskia Lane, Alfred Shabda Owens, Elena Moon Park, Lenny Pickett, Gyan Riley, Aaron Shaw, Judith Sherman, Mark Stewart, Kathleen Supové, Margaret Leng Tan, Jeanne Velonis, Wu Man, Yang Yi, Dan Zanes, and Evan Ziporyn.  Also with Koto Vortex, Quartet New Generation, So Percussion, members of the GVSU New Music Ensemble, and members of the Young People’s Chorus of New York City.

Tickets start at $21.  Read more about it at Sidney Chen’s blog or the Kronos Facebook page.

2 Responses to “Terry Riley Plays the Big Room – Tomorrow”
  1. Matt Carlson says:

    They’re about to do it again:

  2. Not to take anything away from anybody else on this very impressive list of performers, but I love that the GVSU ensemble is participating. Their Music for 18 Musicians project was a totally brilliant marketing coup (in addition to being a musical triumph, of course).