Photo by Joanne Savio.

"With his relatively minimal means, Mr. Ashley sets out to explore huge and loss, memory and dream and conjecture, public authority and private experience, materialism and spirituality. [Mr. Ashley’s operas] remind listeners that the mind offers a far more expansive stage than any theater.” — The New York Times (Jon Pareles)


March 1-31 - Webcast: "Visage: An Exploration Through the Centuries in Music"
Every day throughout the month, the Robert Ashley Tribute, "Composer in Resonance", begins at midnight to 9:45 am; and repeats from noon to 9:45 pm. (The other 2 hours and 15 minutes will included music by John Bull, John Wilbye, Johann Schmelzer, Elisabeth Guerre, Frederic Chopin, Bedrich Smetana, Dane Rudhyar, Bernard Zimmermann and Ben Johnston.)

March 2 & 3 - Symposium, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut
Features a performance by Thomas Buckner (with the participation of Neely Bruce) on Friday night, talks by Kyle Gann, Tom Hamilton and Alex Waterman Saturday afternoon, and a performance of Crash on Saturday night.

Contact/Information: Mimi Johnson, Performing Artservices, Inc.