Elliott Carter Studies, a comprehensive collection of essays on music by the American Composer, is now out in an affordable paperback edition from Cambridge University Press. The first multi-authored book to appear on Carter's music, it brings together new research from a distinguished team of leading international Carter scholars, providing the reader with a wide range of perspectives on an extraordinary musical life.
Pianist Ursula Oppens celebrates composer Elliott Carter's 100th birthday, with performances of 90+ and the Piano Sonata in WGBH's Fraser Performance Studio, recorded in October 2008.
Elliott Carter's Quintet for Piano and String Quartet, performed on the New York Philharmonic's CONTACT Series is reviewed by George Grella for New York Classical Review along with music by Alexandre Lunsqui, David Lang, Zosha Di Castri, and Steven Mackey
An audio stream of Elliott Carter's Oboe Concerto, performed by soloist Heinz Holliger with the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Thomas Zehetmair, is now available on the orchestra's website. Performance from May, 2011.