The Guardian: Roscoe Mitchell played with startling precision

publikováno: 10.5.2016

The SEM Ensemble has always held a missionary zeal for contemporary programming. That was the case when composer-conductor Petr Kotik founded the group and led its initial performances of works by John Cage and Cornelius Cardew in the 1970s. And this crew is still ahead of the curve – as they demonstrated with this week’s diverse and occasionally astonishing program at the Bohemian National Hall. >>>

Seth Colter Walls
The Guardian

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