Timothy Andres, a free spirit among younger American composers, plays a late-night recital at Wigmore Hall on June 8. New Yorkers can hear a preview of his program at LPR next Tuesday. Also, on June 2 he's playing a G. B. Shaw-themed program at the Players Club, in conjunction with the Irish Repertory Theatre's staging of Man and Superman, which is quite excellent. His second Nonesuch album is coming soon.... Tickets for the BAM edition of Einstein on the Beach, in September, will go on sale in staggered fashion next month.... The greatly gifted composer-vocalist Lisa Bielawa, who is leading the chorus in Einstein, performs with friends from the tour at The Stone tonight (Thursday). The late Stefano Scodanibbio receives a tribute at the same venue tomorrow.... The New York New Music Ensemble plays a program of Donatoni, Philippe Hurel, Annelies van Parys, and Gérard Grisey (his Vortex Temporum) at Merkin on May 29. Van Parys is new to me: audio samples on her website suggest that she's a remarkable talent.... A trio of composer portraits coming up at Music at First in Brooklyn Heights: Tristan Perich (May 31), Aaron Siegel (June 1), Ted Hearne (June 2). Mantra Percussion plays at each event.... Zachary Woolfe has an enthusiastic brief review of the new Naïve recording of Vivaldi's Teuzzone, with Jordi Savall conducting. Something that jumped out at me as I listened: "Ove giro il mesto sguardo" (at 29:00) sounds a great deal like "As with Rosy Steps the Morn" from Handel's later Theodora (at 00:48). Incidentally, the legendary 1996 Theodora at Glyndebourne, with Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, David Daniels, Dawn Upshaw, Richard Croft, and William Christie, is now available in the festival's gorgeously produced CD series.... Will Robin has lately put up a bunch of interesting posts at Seated Ovation. I, too, am taken with Michael Mizrahi's Bright Motion album, and especially with the title work by Mark Dancigers.... The American Composers Orchestra will host its annual Underwood New Music Reading Sessions at the DiMenna Center June 1-3. Ryan Chase, Peter Fahey, Michael-Thomas Foumai, Paul Kerekes, Pin Hsin Lin, and Benjamin Taylor are featured this year.