This four-night fest at the experimental music bastion’s new BK HQ is exactly the kind of program that both tickles insiders and entices outsiders. The composer-saxophonist is a sui generis titan of possibilities, whose imagination is never at a loss for idiosyncratic endeavors. Possibilities include: ensembles with dancers, an orchestra with three conductors, a sizable vocal choir, improvisers wielding iPods as well as instruments, and, to cap things off, a world premiere of his new opera (or at least portions of it), Trillium J. It’s ok to be befuddled, but prepare to be dazzled... More >>>