Pursuant to my Reich piece this week, I'd like to mention again Carnegie Hall's sumptuous Reich site and the Whitney's webcast of its four-hour Reich marathon. There's also a 1970 live performance from Berkeley in the archives of Other Minds. Robert Gable found an Eight Lines on YouTube. If you click on Robert's link rapidly three times, you can make you own Reichian meta-canon (i.e., mess). Reich's own site has video and MP3s. Many interviews can be found on the web, including an in-depth conversation in the American Mavericks series and a talk with Jason Gross about the early tape pieces. For the New Yorker website I did a podcast. In the piece I mention the American Composers Orchestra, whose Jazz at Lincoln Center collaboration is coming up, with a Derek Bermel premiere. I also mention the excellent NOW Ensemble. Bang on a Can should need no introduction; they have a concert next month at Zankel, with a reprise of Thurston Moore's gloriously deafening Stroking Piece #1.
Pronunciation guide: RYSHE.