Mark your calendars! Ensemble Échappé's inaugural season will feature 4 concerts:
Thursday, February 25th, 2016
Jeffrey Milarsky leads Ensemble Échappé in its first full sinfonietta concert. Works by David Hertzberg, Tonia Ko, Andrew Norman, and Nina C. Young. The concert ends with our 17 soloists performing Carter's Asko Concerto.
Tickets: $25 / $15 students - purchase here
Symphony Space | 2537 Broadway, New York, NY 10025, United States
Eyelids are Islands - Tonia KO
Music in Circles - Andrew NORMAN
Traced Upon Cinders - Nina C. YOUNG
Méditation boréale - David HERTZBERG
Asko Concerto - Elliott CARTER
American Academy of Arts & Letters: An Afternoon of Music and Art
Sunday, March 20th, 2016
A salon concert of contemporary classical works by the winners of the 2015 Arts and Letters Awards in Music. Conducted by Jeffrey Milarsky.
Tickets: free, reserve on the AAAL website
Library at the American Academy of Arts and Letters | 633 West 155th Street, New York, NY 10032, United States
Aqua - Harold MELTZER
Seven Seascapes - Kevin PUTS
Awakening - Billy CHILDS
Concertino for violin and small ensemble - Kurt ROHDE
A Taste of Échappé
November 16, 2015
Lex54 Concerts presents EÉ's debut concert. Join us for a program of chamber music by composers Andy Akiho, Derek Bermel, Elliott Carter, David Fulmer, David Ludwig, and Nina C. Young. Catch a preview of our sinfonietta in full force with guest conductor Benjamin Grow presenting Sean Shepherd's These Particular Circumstances. Make sure to stick around for the reception: mingle with EÉ's musicians, composers, and your friends.
Tickets: $25 / $15 students - Reserve Now!
Lex54 Concerts at Saint Peter's Church | 619 Lexington Ave, New York, NY 10022, United States
Spero Lucem - Nina C. YOUNG
Soul Garden (featuring Jocelin Pan) - Derek BERMEL
Whose Fingers Brush the Sky (featuring Conor Hanick) - David FULMER
LigNEouS (featuring Sam Budish) - Andy AKIHO
Flowers in the Desert - David LUDWIG
Mosaic (featuring Emily Levin) - Eliott CARTER
These Particular Circumstances - Sean SHEPHERD