Ben Davis

Terry Riley’s “Another Secret eQuation”: members of the Young People’s Chorus of New York City brightly yelped and sang Mr. Riley’s puckish cosmology. In Michael Gordon’s “Exalted,” another premiere, the young singers brought admirable spirit and assurance to a taut, urgent and tonally sophisticated setting of the first line from the Kaddish.

Terry Riley’s “Another Secret eQuation”: members of the Young People’s Chorus of New York City brightly yelped and sang Mr. Riley’s puckish cosmology.

John Zorn

Terry Riley’s “Another Secret eQuation”: members of the Young People’s Chorus of New York City brightly yelped and sang Mr. Riley’s puckish cosmology. In Michael Gordon’s “Exalted,” another premiere, the young singers brought admirable spirit and assurance to a taut, urgent and tonally sophisticated setting of the first line from the Kaddish.

Terry Riley’s “Another Secret eQuation”: members of the Young People’s Chorus of New York City brightly yelped and sang Mr. Riley’s puckish cosmology.

Manfred Eicher

Terry Riley’s “Another Secret eQuation”: members of the Young People’s Chorus of New York City brightly yelped and sang Mr. Riley’s puckish cosmology. In Michael Gordon’s “Exalted,” another premiere, the young singers brought admirable spirit and assurance to a taut, urgent and tonally sophisticated setting of the first line from the Kaddish.

Terry Riley’s “Another Secret eQuation”: members of the Young People’s Chorus of New York City brightly yelped and sang Mr. Riley’s puckish cosmology. In Michael Gordon’s “Exalted,” another premiere, the young singers brought admirable spirit and assurance to a taut, urgent and tonally sophisticated setting of the first line from the Kaddish.