Latest Album, Break Stuff, Out On ECM Now

Vijay Iyer Trio’s latest album Break Stuff, hailed by The New York Times as the trio’s “best record,” is Vijay's third release on the legendary ECM label. The trio has been touring around the United States throughout the spring, and will be playing shows in Europe in May and again in July. The album features [...]

April 29th, 2015|Latest News|

Vijay Joins Schott Music

We are pleased to announce that Vijay has signed an exclusive worldwide concert music publishing agreement with Schott Music, one of the leading music and media publishers in the world. At Schott Music, Vijay joins a roster including Igor Stravinsky, Paul Hindemith, György Ligeti, Krzysztof Penderecki, and many other visionary composers of the past and present. Norman Ryan, [...]

July 22nd, 2014|Latest News|

Vijay Profiled in the Sunday Times

Mutations, Vijay's first release for the storied ECM imprint, is available now worldwide. In the wake of the release, Vijay was the subject of an in-depth profile in Sunday's edition of The New York Times, as well as the Times' Popcast. The album has also been praised by The Wall Street Journal ("his most sophisticated blends to date of [...]

March 13th, 2014|Latest News|

New Album, Mutations, Out On ECM 2/28 (EU), 3/4 (US)

Mutations, Vijay's first album for the storied ECM label, will be released on February 28th in Europe and March 4th in the United States. The new album will be the first document of Vijay's works for chamber ensembles, featuring works for piano, string quartet and electronics. Watch the video below, head over to ECM for samples and [...]

February 13th, 2014|Latest News|

Vijay Named 2013 MacArthur Fellow, Harvard University Professor

Vijay was named among the 2013 MacArthur Fellows, joining a roster of 24 "exceptionally creative individuals with a track record of achievement and the potential for even more significant contributions in the future." Watch a video profile on Vijay from the MacArthur Foundation, and read a thoughtful retrospective by Howard Reich in the Chicago Tribune. [...]

September 30th, 2013|Latest News|