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Watch an Animated Score for Steve Reich’s Minimalist Piece “Clapping Music“–and Try Your Hardest to Follow Along

Steve Reich’s Clapping Music is one of the simplest scores of modern classical music, and as you might soon find out, one of the most difficult to perform. Written in 1972 while on a European tour and after a night of mediocre flamenco, Clapping Music is for two players. One claps a steady rhythm (technically an African Bell Rhythm). A second performer claps in unison in the same pattern for eight bars. At the end of the eighth bar, the second performer goes out of sync for one eighth no...
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Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker, the Passionate Formalist

Ms. De Keersmaeker’s cerebral, formally rigorous work seems to be everywhere these days, including next week at the Park Avenue Armory (“The Six Brandenburg Concertos”).
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The Best Art of 2017

Art critics of The New York Times share their picks for the best shows and experiences of the year, from daring performances to sculptures cast in chocolate.
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Art Review: Viewers, the Dance Floor Is Yours (but Duck the Steinway!)

Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker presents a museum show, featuring performers dancing amid museumgoers, that complements both dance and art.
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