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ACFNY SUPPORTED | MUSIC FESTIVAL
WEDNESDAY JUN 10 - SUNDAY JUN 14
ensemble mise-en, Iktus Percussion, Dead Language and Rhythm Method String Quartet
Performances and Events will be hosted by:
the cell (June 10),
Scandinavia House: The Nordic Center in America (June 11),
MISE-EN_PLACE Bushwick (June 12),
Taipei Cultural Center in New York (June 13) and
Roulette (June 14)
June 10: ensemble mise-en @ the cell feat. works of Austrian composer Hannes Dufek (8pm)
June 11: Hans Abrahamsen Portrait / ensemble mise-en @ Scandinavia House (8pm)
June 12: Dead Language + Rhythm Method @ MISE-EN_PLACE Bushwick (8pm)
June 13: New Music Marathon (ensemble mise-en / Iktus Percussion / Dead Language / Rhythm Method) @ Taipei Cultural Center in New York (4-10pm)
June 14: Lukas Ligeti Portrait / ensemble mise-en @ Roulette (5:30pm)
June 10: Workshop I @ MISE-EN_PLACE Bushwick (10am-12pm)
June 11: Workshop II @ MISE-EN_PLACE Bushwick (10am-12pm)
June 12: Workshop III @ Taipei Cultural Center in New York (12-2pm)
Ensemble mise-en is excited to announce MISE-EN MUSIC FESTIVAL 2015, which will be presented in collaboration with Iktus Percussion, Dead Language, Rhythm Method String Quartet and more than 30 international composers. The works of these composers were selected from the festival’s call for scores, which yielded 737 submissions by 602 composers from 51 countries.
In total, the 2015 mise-en music festival will feature four curated concerts including portrait concerts of Hans Abrahamsen and Lukas Ligeti, one marathon concert (totalling six hours in length) and three composition workshops with mise-en performers and artistic staff for festival participants.
About ensemble mise-en
ensemble mise-en is an innovative and versatile New York-based contemporary music collective led by composer Moon Young HA. Drawing its roster from New York’s most talented young new music performers, mise-en’s multi-national personnel strive to bring a repertoire of challenging, new sounds to diverse audiences. The ensemble wishes to impart an experience that is simultaneously multi-cultural, intellectually stimulating, and aesthetically pleasing (“mee” in Korean means “beauty”, and “zahn” means “to decorate”), promoting large-scale composition projects and intense performances of contemporary music with programs featuring the works of many established and budding composers alike. (http://www.mise-en.org/)
For more information go to: festival.mise-en.org/2015/schedule/