ICE with the Oberlin Contemporary Music Ensemble
January 18, 2013 | 8:00pm
Mary Flagler Cary Hall
FREE | Two shows at 8:00pm and 10pm
International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE)
Oberlin Contemporary Music Ensemble (CME), Timothy Weiss, director
ICE joins Oberlin Conservatory’s Contemporary Music Ensemble for an evening at DiMenna Center’s Cary Hall. Featuring Oberlin alumni composers and performers including ICE's own Claire Chase, Joshua Rubin, Ross Karre, and Jacob Greenberg, the evening also includes the world premiere of John Zorn’s The Tempest. Tickets for the 8:00 event are SOLD OUT, but are still available for the 10:00 show by emailing email@example.com.
Mario Diaz De Leon: Alter of Two Serpents
Tom Lopez: Lament for Réjà Vu
Eric Wubbles: Alphabeta
Luciano Berio: Corale, David Bowlin, violin soloist
David Lang: Sweet Air
John Zorn: The Tempest
Christopher Rouse: Compline
ICElab is made possible through lead support from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, alongside generous funding from the Greenwall Foundation, the Creative Capital Multi-Arts Production (MAP) Fund, the National Endowment for the Arts, the French American Cultural Exchange, the New Essential Works Program of the Jerome Robbins Foundation, the New York State Council on the Arts, the Alice M. Ditson Fund of Columbia University, the Francis Goelet Charitable Trust, and public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.
From the Blog
January 14, 2013
Let’s talk about ICE and its history with CME, Oberlin Conservatory’s Contemporary Music Ensemble. Oh, wait. There’s way too much to say for one blog post. Good point. So let’s talk about ICE’s upcoming performance at the DiMenna Center with the CME.