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Monday, May 21, 2007

With so many options for music this summer, you might need some help sorting through the hype. Today, our expert panel reveals the season's best shows and best albums. And, find out how to survive an outdoor festival. Plus, choreographer Wally Cardona and composer Phil Kline talk about their new collaboration at Dance Theater Workshop.


Wally Cardona and Phil Kline

Summer of Sound

With so many concerts, festivals and hot new albums on tap for this summer, what's a poor fan to do? Rest easy: Let Soundcheck guide you through the next three months of music madness. Bill Werde of Billboard magazine tips us off on the best events and new releases.


Taking it to the Streets

On June 21, the first day of summer, some 400 musical acts will take to the streets of New York for "Make Music New York," a city-wide celebration of music. The event is modeled after France's "FĂȘte de la Musique," first held in 1982 in Paris and an annual event ...

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Wally Cardona Quartet

Choreographer Wally Cardona is known for a "landscape" approach to performance. His work transforms not only a stage, but often an entire venue. Cardona and composer Phil Kline join us in studio to talk about their new collaboration, SITE, which runs May 29 through June 2 at Dance Theater Workshop.