NOTE: This contest has ended.
David Lang's collected stories—an epic multigenre concert series comprising six uniquely themed performances showcasing musical storytelling—begins its run at Carnegie Hall next week, and FoM is giving away one pair of tickets to each show!
Tuesday, April 22, hero: Storyteller and medieval harpist Benjamin Bagby does Beowulf and the Harry Partch Institute Ensemble performs an original work.
Wednesday, April 23, spirit: Tuvan throat singing abounds with Huun-Huur-Tu, as well as Arvo Pärt's Passio.
Thursday, April 24, love/loss: Aesop Rock, Kimya Dawson, and James Lynch explore the emotional extremeties of love and loss in works by Julia Wolfe and Nico Muhly.
Saturday, April 26, travel: Pianist Louis Lortie undertakes Liszt's monumental 180-minute saga, Années de pèlerinage.
Sunday, April 27, (post)folk: Alarm Will Sound presents a set of premieres that lace traditional folk styles into contemporary pieces.
Tuesday, April 29, memoir: The series culmination couples the world premiere of Lang's own new work, mystery sonatas, with a trio of works by John Cage.
For your chance to win:
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