2017 - 18 Season
Presenting US and East Coast premieres by Stephanie Haensler, Franck Bedrossian, Philippe Leroux, Rebecca Saunders, Derek Hurst and Etchings Festival alumna Sunyeong Pak.
Presenting new music by Boston Conservatory faculty Derek Hurst.
8pm. Boston Conservatory
Seully Hall, 8 Fenway, Boston.
Premiered by ECCE
Presenting New York and East Coast premieres of works by Stephanie Haensler, Franck Bedrossian, Philippe Leroux, Rebecca Saunders, Derek Hurst and Etchings Festival alumna Sunyeong Pak.
7.30pm. DiMenna Center
450 W 37th St, New York.
Boston Conservatory Festival of New Music
The Boston Conservatory at Berklee presents Ecce in a program featuring Boston composers Derek Hurst and David Rakowski and works from our core repertoire.
Featuring composers John Aylward, Stephanie Haensler, Derek Hurst, Philippe Leroux, George Lewis, and David Rakowski
8 Fenway, Boston.
Old Complexity / New Complexity
We perform Elliott Carter's classic Triple Duo and the US premiere of Brian Ferneyhough's recent ensemble masterpiece, Liber Scintilarum. The second part of the program is devoted to the New York premiere of Angelus Novus, an new monodrama written by ECCE's artistic director and Guggenheim fellow '17, John Aylward.
7.30pm. DiMenna Center, NYC
450 W 37th St, New York.
Ecce & Ensemble Court-Circuit
We'll present a collaborative program with the French ensemble Court-Circuit as part of our long-standing residency at Le Laboratoire Cambridge, at Clark University and at New York's Roulette. Program includes works by Philippe Hurel, Philippe Leroux, David Felder and a Fromm Foundation Commission by John Aylward.
April 12. Le Laboratoire Cambridge.
650 E. Kendall Street. Cambridge, MA
April 13. 7:30PM. Clark University, Razzo Hall.
April 19. 8pm. Roulette
509 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn.
Michael Hersch’s Zwischen Leben und Tod: twenty-two pieces after images by Peter Weiss.
We present this epic 90 minute violin and piano duo by Michael Hersch as part of our residency with the Boston Athenaeum. Mr. Hersch will join us for a pre-concert reception and talk.
5PM Reception and Talk. 6PM Concert.
The Boston Athenaeum
10 ½ Beacon St, Boston
2016 - 2017
At the Rose Kennedy Greenway. September 29th, 2016. 6PM
ECCE kicks off the season with music dance and sculpture at Boston's iconic Rose Kennedy Greenway: the perfect venue for a program that highlights the synergies of art music and culture.
Our Creative Collaborator Colin Gee (founding Whitney Museum Live artist-in-residence) will perform a choreography specially designed for a performance of Karlheinz Stockhausen's Tierkreis (Animal Circle). All will take place surrounding Ai Weiwei's Zodiac Heads currently featured on the Greenway's fountain plaza.
Celebrating Yehudi Wyner
December 19th, 6PM. 2016.
ECCE celebrates one of America's greatest living composers. Yehudi Wyner, President of the American Academy of Arts and Letters, will be on hand to discuss his music and vision for classical music in contemporary culture. Framing presentations of Mr. Wyner's music will be performances of two notable American contemporaries, Martin Boykan and Martin Brody.
The Music of Jean-Baptiste Barrière
December 8th, 2016. 7pm
Jean-Baptiste Barrière joins us for a discussion and concert of his work with special guest Margaret Lancaster, flute.
7PM. Discussion, talk, and concert.
Social Justice Summit
February 20th, 2017. 6PM
An evening of music, literature, art and culture around the topic of social justice intended to spark conversation and deep thought on this pressing issue
The Music of Franck Bedrossian
Le Laboratoire, Cambridge. March 2nd, 2017. 6PM.
Music, Conservation and the Environment
Boston Athenaeum. April 13th, 2017. 6PM
ECCE partners with Boston's historical center for civic discourse, the Boston Athenaeum, for a day of music, art and culture revolving around the topic of conservation.
Performances, discussions, exhibitions and community forums will all be part of the evening's offerings. In between performances, audience will experience exhibitions by guest technologists and innovators interspersed throughout the Athenaeum.