The official John Cage site has an increasingly vast list of events marking the composer's centenary year. Among them are a day of Cage at the University of Iowa (Feb. 12); a Musicircus at English National Opera (March 3); various Cage offerings amid Carnegie's American Mavericks series in late March; and a Cagefest in Washington, DC (Sept. 4-10). Much more remains to be announced, including two large festivals out west. The first big event of the Cage year is Juilliard's FOCUS! Festival, which begins this Friday. The final program, on Feb. 3, includes Fourteen, Litany for the Whale, The Seasons, the Concerto for Prepared Piano, excerpts from Sixteen Dances, and Concert for Piano and Orchestra with Aria. All concerts are free.
Update: Bob Shingleton notes that the Cage wave will also land upon the pebble beach of Aldeburgh.