John Link, composer and author of Elliott Carter: A Guide to Research, joins John Lamberton for a discussion of all things Carter, composition, and coffee in the latest episode of The BRIDGE Podcast w/ John Lamberton.
Elliott Carter only ever wrote two ballets: Pocahontas in 1939, and The Minotaur in 1947. Neither enjoyed particular lasting success, and the former was never recorded–until now. Gil Rose and the Boston Modern Orchestra Project’s latest offering on their in-house label, BMOP/sound, features …
This season, the Library of Congress will feature the JACK Quartet in a digital residency. Consisting of performances, meet-the-artist events, conversations, manuscript explorations and more, the opening program of this series is scheduled for December 3, 2020 and showcases an interesting lineage of string writing centered around Elliott Carter's String Quartet No. 3 and Duo for violin and piano.
JACK Quartet's performance of all five string quartets by Elliott Carter at the Morgan Library in New York City is reviewed by Joshua Barone for the New York Times. (Photo by Caitlin Ochs.)