Preceding Sunday’s opening at the Museum of Modern Art of a retrospective of her career, Björk performed a concert at noon on Saturday at Carnegie Hall. It served as a reminder that she is foremost a musician whose work is consistently intriguing, intellectually challenging and ultimately incomparable.
Since her 1993 solo album “Debut,” released after a six-year stint as the singer in the Icelandic band, the Sugarcubes, Björk continues to find new ways to present a variety of contemporary music to rock and pop fans. Groundbreaking arrangements are at the center of her art. Her compositions have a ...
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