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This week, NYC ARTS highlights events and places observing the 10th anniversary of 9/11; plus, music around the city, from the classic to the experimental.

What’s real minimalism? It’s not there at all. And that’s exactly what happened to Rhys Chatham‘s eagerly awaited piece for 200 electric guitars, A Crimson Grail, on Friday night: The performance (part of a Lincoln Center Out of Doors evening titled “Wordless Music: 800 Years of Minimalism—The Spiritual Transcendent”) was canceled at the last minute […]

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