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Coming up next:

September 8th, 2018, 2pm
Site Works Series - Under the 7 Train in Sunnyside, Queens
Queens Boulevard between 40th and 41st Streets
A site specific show with support by the Queens Council on the Arts.
Joseph Di Ponio - "Seven" - WORLD PREMIERE

December 4th, 2018, 8pm
String Quartet Concert
Areté Gallery, Brooklyn
Featuring Guest Performers Stephanie Griffin,  Emilie-Anne Gendron, and Hamilton Berry
PROGRAM:
Can Bilir – "String Quartet no. 2 – ‘A wordless tale dedicated to the Flying Willendorfs in the windowless skies’" NYC PREMIERE
Alec Hall – "28 Hours
Stephanie Griffin – "Happy Car Ride from the Lost Quartet" NYC PREMIERE
And our 2018 Call for Scores selections:
George Lam – "String Quartet" U.S. PREMIERE
Ari Sussman – "needless to say" NYC PREMIERE
Ursula Kwong-Brown – "Emerald Meditations" NYC PREMIERE
Matt Frey – "Procession"

May 31st 2019, 7:30pm: A "Performer Portrait" Series concert featuring flutist/performer/actor Margaret Lancaster performing several pieces from our call for scores as well as other recent multidisciplinary works + electronics

May 2019: "Folding Music" - an album of Ipse co-director Max Giteck Duykers' music, featuring Ensemble Ipse and Grammy Award winning producer Judith Sherman, will be released on New World Records, with support from the Alice M. Ditson Fund of Columbia University.

September 6th 2019, a workshop presentation of Max Giteck Duykers' opera “Both Eyes Open”, a co-production with the Paul Dresher Ensemble, and featuring a libretto by acclaimed playwright and filmmaker Philip Kan Gotanda.

And coming for our 2019-20 season, new projects with Kirsten Broberg and Aruán Ortiz.


Ensemble Ipse is a 501(c)(3) contemporary music ensemble dedicated to showcasing the wide variety of practices in the current new music scene. The ensemble presents concerts of recent music that transcends aesthetic categorization and strives to create a forum for composers on the edges of the mainstream of contemporary music. With this in mind, Ensemble Ipse is committed to performing and commissioning the music of emerging composers, as well as composers who have been traditionally under-represented in the larger new music community, including women, LGBTQ, and people of color.

In its first three seasons, Ipse has performed dozens of works, 18 of them premieres, 5 of them commissions, and received support from New Music USA, the Queens Council on the Arts, the Brooklyn Arts Council, and the Alice M. Ditson Fund of Columbia University

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