ARTS Pick: Organized Delirium

In tribute to Pierre Boulez, Organized Delirium honors the French conductor, who may not be a household name, but joins a too-long list of musical pioneers who died in 2016. The 26-time Grammy Award-winner is respected for his role in the “electronic transformation of instrumental music,” as well as leading some of the world’s renowned orchestras. To explore his broad-ranging classical connections, Kelly Sulick (flute) and John Mayhood (piano) perform works from Boulez, André Jolivet, Olivier Messiaen, Elliott Carter and John Cage.

Monday, November 28. Free, 8pm. Old Cabell Hall, UVA. music.virginia.edu.

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