Nonesuch Events for the Weekend of October 21–23

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Joshua Redman, Brad Mehldau, Christian McBride, Brian Blade begin their European tour in Switzerland, Germany, and Luxembourg. Sam Amidon, Marc Ribot are in Newport and NYC. Timo Andres celebrates Ingram Marshall in NYC. Joachim Cooder performs the Dead in Vancouver. Emmylou Harris is in Texas. Kronos Quartet is in Irvine CA. Makaya McCraven plays in Portland and San Francisco. Cécile McLorin Salvant tours France and Spain. Caroline Shaw, Roomful of Teeth join NY Phil at David Geffen Hall. Chris Thile is in Budapest and Vienna. Molly Tuttle returns to Grass Valley, CA.

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Joshua Redman, Brad Mehldau, Christian McBride, and Brian Blade begin their three-week European tour with three concerts this weekend: at Cinema Teatro in Chiasso, Switzerland, tonight; Kölner Philharmonie in Germany on Saturday; and Philharmonie Luxembourg on Sunday. This reunion of the original Redman quartet features music from their three albums: their 1994 debut, MoodSwing, and its acclaimed recent follow-ups, 2020’s RoundAgain and LongGone, which was released this past July. The tour continues with shows in Germany, Spain, Italy, Netherlands, Czech Republic, Hungary, Austria, France, Belgium, Monaco, and Switzerland, culminating at the Barbican Centre on November 14 for the London Jazz Festival.

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Sam Amidon began a four-stop tour of the US Northeast with guitarist Marc Ribot in his hometown of Brattleboro, Vermont, on Tuesday, followed by a show in Portland last night. They perform for Newport Live at The Casino Theater in Newport, Rhode Island, tonight, and at (Le) Poisson Rouge in New York City on Saturday.

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Timo Andres helps celebrate the life and music of composer Ingram Marshall, at The Greene Space in New York City tonight as part of WNYC’s New Sound’s A Memorial Tribute to Ingram Marshall. Hosted by John Schaefer, the event also includes performances by guitarist Benjamin Verdery, electric violinist Todd Reynolds, pianist Sarah Cahill, oboist Libby van Cleve, and guest conductor Raquel Acevedo Klein with members of the Metropolis Ensemble.

Marshall, who died earlier this year at the age of 80, released two albums on Nonesuch: Kingdom Come / Hymnodic Delays / Fog Tropes II (2001) and Three Penitential Visions / Hidden Voices (1990). Additionally, his famed 1981 piece Fog Tropes, which is on tonight’s program, can be heard on the 1991 album American Elegies conducted by John Adams.

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Joachim Cooder performs at the Kay Meek Arts Centre in West Vancouver, British Columbia, tonight and Saturday as part of the multi-artist concert American Beauty Reimagined in celebration of the Grateful Dead’s 1970 album.

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Emmylou Harris and her band The Red Dirt Boys perform at Gruene Hall in New Braunfels, Texas, tonight.

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Kronos Quartet is at Irvine Barclay Theatre in Irvine, California, tonight. On the program are works by John Coltrane, Jlin, Aleksandra Vrebalov, Antonio Haskell, and Mahsa Vahdat, a composer/singer of Persian vocal music who joins the quartet to perform her works set to classical poems by Hafez and Rumi, as well as contemporary texts by Iranian poets.

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Makaya McCraven, who celebrated a birthday on the road earlier this week, continues his US tour with music from his new album, In These Times, on the West Coast, at Revolution Hall in Portland with Louis Cole tonight and The Independent in San Francisco with Theon Cross on Sunday.

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Cécile McLorin Salvant continues her European tour of music from Nonesuch debut album, Ghost Song, and more at La Briqueterie in Schiltigheim, France, tonight, and L'Auditori in Barcelona on Sunday as part of the Barcelona Jazz Festival.

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Caroline Shaw and Roomful of Teeth, the vocal ensemble of which she is a part, joined the New York Philharmonic and conductor Jaap van Zweden in helping to inaugurate the new David Geffen Hall in New York City, with the US premiere of her piece Microfictions, Vol. 3, last night. The performances continue Saturday night and Sunday afternoon. Also on the program are Debussy’s Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun and Price’s Symphony No. 4.

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Chris Thile kicked off a monthlong solo tour of Europe and the UK in Estonia last night. The tour, featuring music from his 2021 solo album, Laysongs, and more, stops at the House of Hungarian Music in Budapest tonight, Konzerthaus in Vienna on Saturday, and Besední dům in Brno, Czech Republic, on Sunday. The shows continue with stops in France, Luxembourg, Germany, Denmark, Netherlands, Belgium, and Norway before heading to the UK and Ireland in November for six shows with special guest Sam Amidon.

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Molly Tuttle performs at the Nevada County Fairgrounds in Grass Valley, California, on Saturday as part of the Hangtown Music Festival. Tuttle’s new album with her band Golden Highway, Crooked Tree, closes with a paean to the town, “Grass Valley,” which tells the story of going to its annual Father’s Day Bluegrass Festival with her dad, where she was first exposed to the bluegrass music that inspired her to play. You can watch Tuttle perform the song with her father, Jack Tuttle, on mandolin from this past Father’s Day, here.

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Weekend Events: October 21, 2022
  • Friday, October 21, 2022
    Nonesuch Events for the Weekend of October 21–23

    Joshua Redman, Brad Mehldau, Christian McBride, and Brian Blade begin their three-week European tour with three concerts this weekend: at Cinema Teatro in Chiasso, Switzerland, tonight; Kölner Philharmonie in Germany on Saturday; and Philharmonie Luxembourg on Sunday. This reunion of the original Redman quartet features music from their three albums: their 1994 debut, MoodSwing, and its acclaimed recent follow-ups, 2020’s RoundAgain and LongGone, which was released this past July. The tour continues with shows in Germany, Spain, Italy, Netherlands, Czech Republic, Hungary, Austria, France, Belgium, Monaco, and Switzerland, culminating at the Barbican Centre on November 14 for the London Jazz Festival.

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    Sam Amidon began a four-stop tour of the US Northeast with guitarist Marc Ribot in his hometown of Brattleboro, Vermont, on Tuesday, followed by a show in Portland last night. They perform for Newport Live at The Casino Theater in Newport, Rhode Island, tonight, and at (Le) Poisson Rouge in New York City on Saturday.

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    Timo Andres helps celebrate the life and music of composer Ingram Marshall, at The Greene Space in New York City tonight as part of WNYC’s New Sound’s A Memorial Tribute to Ingram Marshall. Hosted by John Schaefer, the event also includes performances by guitarist Benjamin Verdery, electric violinist Todd Reynolds, pianist Sarah Cahill, oboist Libby van Cleve, and guest conductor Raquel Acevedo Klein with members of the Metropolis Ensemble.

    Marshall, who died earlier this year at the age of 80, released two albums on Nonesuch: Kingdom Come / Hymnodic Delays / Fog Tropes II (2001) and Three Penitential Visions / Hidden Voices (1990). Additionally, his famed 1981 piece Fog Tropes, which is on tonight’s program, can be heard on the 1991 album American Elegies conducted by John Adams.

    ---

    Joachim Cooder performs at the Kay Meek Arts Centre in West Vancouver, British Columbia, tonight and Saturday as part of the multi-artist concert American Beauty Reimagined in celebration of the Grateful Dead’s 1970 album.

    ---

    Emmylou Harris and her band The Red Dirt Boys perform at Gruene Hall in New Braunfels, Texas, tonight.

    ---

    Kronos Quartet is at Irvine Barclay Theatre in Irvine, California, tonight. On the program are works by John Coltrane, Jlin, Aleksandra Vrebalov, Antonio Haskell, and Mahsa Vahdat, a composer/singer of Persian vocal music who joins the quartet to perform her works set to classical poems by Hafez and Rumi, as well as contemporary texts by Iranian poets.

    ---

    Makaya McCraven, who celebrated a birthday on the road earlier this week, continues his US tour with music from his new album, In These Times, on the West Coast, at Revolution Hall in Portland with Louis Cole tonight and The Independent in San Francisco with Theon Cross on Sunday.

    ---

    Cécile McLorin Salvant continues her European tour of music from Nonesuch debut album, Ghost Song, and more at La Briqueterie in Schiltigheim, France, tonight, and L'Auditori in Barcelona on Sunday as part of the Barcelona Jazz Festival.

    ---

    Caroline Shaw and Roomful of Teeth, the vocal ensemble of which she is a part, joined the New York Philharmonic and conductor Jaap van Zweden in helping to inaugurate the new David Geffen Hall in New York City, with the US premiere of her piece Microfictions, Vol. 3, last night. The performances continue Saturday night and Sunday afternoon. Also on the program are Debussy’s Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun and Price’s Symphony No. 4.

    ---

    Chris Thile kicked off a monthlong solo tour of Europe and the UK in Estonia last night. The tour, featuring music from his 2021 solo album, Laysongs, and more, stops at the House of Hungarian Music in Budapest tonight, Konzerthaus in Vienna on Saturday, and Besední dům in Brno, Czech Republic, on Sunday. The shows continue with stops in France, Luxembourg, Germany, Denmark, Netherlands, Belgium, and Norway before heading to the UK and Ireland in November for six shows with special guest Sam Amidon.

    ---

    Molly Tuttle performs at the Nevada County Fairgrounds in Grass Valley, California, on Saturday as part of the Hangtown Music Festival. Tuttle’s new album with her band Golden Highway, Crooked Tree, closes with a paean to the town, “Grass Valley,” which tells the story of going to its annual Father’s Day Bluegrass Festival with her dad, where she was first exposed to the bluegrass music that inspired her to play. You can watch Tuttle perform the song with her father, Jack Tuttle, on mandolin from this past Father’s Day, here.

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