Bridget Kibbey and James Austin Smith play Elliott Carter's Trilogy at the 2016 Look and Listen Festival, hosted by Terrence McKnight. Now streaming on WQXR's Q2 music.
IRCAM has posted audio from the 2008 conference Hommage à Elliott Carter : des ponts vers l'Amérique II, organized by Max Noubel. Featuring contributions by Max Noubel, Gregor Herzfeld, Christian Carey, François Nicolas, Phillippe Albéra, Raffaele Pozzi, Frédéric Durieux, Nicolas Donin, Florence Baschet, and Brice Pauset.
In the summer of 2012, Jeff von der Schmidt, Artistic Director of the LA International New Music Festival, visited Elliott Carter at his home in New York City to discuss plans for an all Carter program at REDCAT in Walt Disney Concert Hall on July 15, 2012. The concert featured the West Coast premieres of A Sunbeam’s Architecture, The American Sublime and What Are Years, along with performances of Tintinnabulation and On Conversing With Paradise. In his blog post, von der Schmidt recalls his last meeting with Elliott Carter and on Carter's lasting impact on music.
Elliott Carter, the American composer whose kaleidoscopic, rigorously organized works established him as one of the most important and enduring voices in contemporary music, died on Monday November 5, 2012 in Manhattan. He was 103 and had continued to compose into his 11th decade. Obituary by Allan …