Ever since their debut on Tzadik, John Zorn's label, this coed collective set a high bar for their thorny modern classical mèlange. They bewitch with jazzy piano and trumpet, Ennio Morriconelike spaghetti-knotted guitars, avant violins, and dour, whispery male/female vocals that brood and wax poeticthat is, until the strike of heavy metallic riffs breaks through the fog.
Sat., Feb. 6, 8 & 10 p.m., 2010
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