Thank you to everyone who submitted music to our recent call for scores, in conjunction with the New York Women Composers. There were many interesting and exciting works (28 submissions) to choose from, and we are pleased to announce …
Yearly Archives: 2015
Trečioji „Gaidos“ diena: tegyvuoja postminimalizmas! 10.27.2015 Original Link: http://kultura.lrytas.lt/scena/trecioji-gaidos-diena-tegyvuoja-postminimalizmas.htm Ramus ir lietingas niekuo neišsiskiriantis vėlyvo spalio (25 d.) vakaras Vilniuje, kurio metu atėjusieji į Šiuolaikinio meno centrą (ŠMC) galėjo patirti unikalią muzikinę atmosferą ir išgirsti net du pasaulinio lygio šiuolaikinės muzikos ansamblius – „Mise-En New York“ iš JAV ir „Crash Ensemble“ iš Airijos. […]
ensemble mise-en is looking for a Managing Director to coordinate our administrative tasks. Please see this posting for the job description and responsibilities. We’ll start reviewing applications on December 1!
Take a look at another review from our time in Europe!
Our tour included a performance at the Arena Festival, one of the “most innovative culture events in Latvia”, and was heralded by Radio Klasika as “the concert of the week”!
Check out the review of our concert at the Gaida Festival in Lithuania!
MISE-EN MUSIC FESTIVAL 2016
A four-day new music festival in Manhattan & Brooklyn, NYC
More details TBA
Music by Austrian and American composers
Austrian Cultural Forum New York
11 E 52nd St, New York, NY 10022
Works by Christof Ressi, Belma Beslic-Gal, Alexander Kaiser, Kurt Rohde, Gilbert Galindo and Hiroya Miura
678 Hart St #1B, Brooklyn, NY 11221
COLA | Finale
World Premiere Concert
Ensemble mise-en will be presenting a concert of world premieres by Matthew Schickele, Amanda Feery, Matthew Barnson, Su Seungeun Lee, and Vin Calianno.
All of the composers for this concert are based in the New York area and are relatively early in their careers. ensemble mise-en has a goal of giving a voice to up and coming composers whose works are underperformed, and thrilled to be presenting these new works in pursuit of that goal.
The COLA concert series is a true collaborative effort between ensemble mise-en and the participating composers. This series places an emphasis on the relationship of composer and ensemble in order to fully engage both parties throughout the creative process. The writing of these new works involved meeting with the composers for a workshop of their sketches that took place earlier in September, which was followed by a reading session of the new work in January. COLA Finale, taking place on May 13th, is the end performance and the culmination of this process.