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.
David Schulenberg reviews the all-Carter concert by Collage New Music at the Longy School in Cambridge, MA on March 13, 2016. The review appears in the Boston Musical Intelligencer
David Wright reviews the all-Elliott Carter concert by Collage New Music on March 13, 2016 at the Longy School of Music for Boston Classical Review.
Elliott Carter's Scrivo in vento was performed by flutist Marina Piccinini on the Nasher Sculpture Center's Soundings concert series in Dallas. Scott Cantrell reviewd the concert for the Dallas Morning News: "Scrivo in vento echoes the jarring juxtapositions of the Petrarch sonnet that inspired it. Slow-motion notes brush up against frantic shrieks and scurries, textures varied with flutter tonguing and multiphonics...."