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You heard enough Messiahs and cantatas during the holidays; this week, go for the contemporary stuff.

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  1. 1. “Decasia”

    January 25–27 at the Angel Orensanz Center for the Arts

    Orensanz’s haunting setting should prove ideal for Michael Gordon’s dark, innovative score to a movie made from ancient, fading silent-film stock. It screens with live orchestral accompaniment.

  2. 2. John Corigliano

    January 25 at Symphony Space

    The always intriguing composer presents his newest project: a song cycle based on seven Bob Dylan lyrics.

  3. 3. “Mozart Project”

    January 27 at Merkin Concert Hall

    The renegade musicians Matt Haimovitz (cello) and Uri Caine (piano) gather their avant-garde friends to launch this exploration of Mozart’s music, in both pure and deconstructed forms.


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