|River Elegy That Covers a Wide Sonic Terrain|
by Anthony Tommasini
"The Miller Theater at Columbia University has long been a hotbed of contemporary music and adventurous programming. The work that Melissa Smey, the executive director, chose to open this season, James Dillon's “Nine Rivers,” was so long, complex and unconventional in its demands that it was presented over three nights, on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. It was a co-production with the Guggenheim Museum’s Works and Process series."Click here to read the full article, and here to learn about the remaining concerts in the series.
Photo by Matthew Murphy