ENSEMBLE MISE-EN | Washington Square Contemporary Music Society Concert
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Washington Square Contemporary Music Society Concert

Presented by Washington Square Contemporary Music Society

Tenri
43A West 13th St, New York, NY 10011

Admission: $15, seniors $10, students $5 at the door
Online tickets at wscms.brownpapertickets.com

On Friday, March 28, 2014 at 8:00 p.m., contemporary music collective ensemble mise-en will perform at the Tenri Cultural Institute, presenting a collection of New York, U.S., and world premiere pieces. Among these are three exciting world premieres: two for chamber orchestra and another featuring voice. The innovative concert program is associated with two main locations: New York and Germany. The composers being presented are Brian Fennelly (New York), Clara Latham (New York), Reiko Fueting (New York/Germany), Enno Poppe (Germany) and Isang Yun (Germany/Korea). These creative composers range from one of the 20th century hero composers in Europe (Isang Yun) to a young, remarkable New York composer (Clara Latham), it also includes very active mature composers such as Enno Poppe from Germany, Reiko Fueting from Germany but currently living in New York, and Brian Fennelly from the U.S. Tickets are $15 for general admission, $10 for seniors, and $5 for students and can be purchased online at wscms.brownpapertickets.com or at the door prior to the concert.

PROGRAM
Reiko Fueting:  “gesammelts schweigen” (2004)
Reiko Fueting:  “…werden wir klar werden” for mezzo and ensemble (2014, world premiere)
Brian Fennelly: Tableaux for Piano and 10 Instruments (2013-14, world premiere)
Isang Yun: Oktet (1978, NY premiere)
Clara Latham: Every night in the world is a night in the hospital for mezzo and string quartet (2014, world premiere)
Enno Poppe: Herz (2002, US premiere)