CONNECTIONS presented by Ensemble mise-en and ACFNY

Part 1
Wednesday, May 16th, 2018, 7:30PM
Austrian Cultural Forum New York
11 E 52nd St, New York, NY 10022
Tickets: Free Admission (Online RSVP)

Part 2
Thursday, May 17th, 2018, 8PM
The Cell
338 W 23rd St, New York, NY 10011
Tickets: Free Admission & Open to Public


Ensemble mise-en is a New York-based contemporary music collective led by composer Moon Young Ha. Comprised of talented young musicians, ensemble mise-en strives to bring a repertoire of challenging new sounds to diverse audiences, wishing to impart an experience that is simultaneously multicultural, intellectually stimulating, and aesthetically pleasing. Ensemble mise-en performs throughout the U.S. and maintains offices in Brooklyn, NY.


The Austrian Cultural Forum New York (ACFNY) is presenting New York-based ensemble mise-en performing world premieres and US premieres of three Austrian and three American-Korean composers as part of their CONNECTIONS concert series. 

The two concerts will showcase solo and ensemble works by the composers Sungji Hong (Korea/Texas), Mirela Ivičević (Croatia/Austria), Peter Jakober (Austria), Seong Ae Kim (Korea/NYC), Matthias Kranebitter (Austria) and Sojin Yoon (Korea). 

Taking place at the ACFNY, Part 1 will feature works written for solo instrumentation accompanied by electronics and includes a public talk with the musicians and composers.

The second evening of CONNECTIONS will take place at the cell, a space and platform for artists and musicians to share their new and innovative work, where ensemble mise-en will perform ensemble works of the six composers.


Part 1 programs
Seong Ae Kim: Collocation for solo percussionist (2018, world premiere) / Josh Perry, percussion
Sungji Hong: SHINE for flute and electronics (2015, NY premiere) / Kelley Barnett, flute
Mirela Ivičević: new work for piano (2018, world premiere) / Yumi Suehiro, piano
Peter Jakober: Puls 2 for cello and loudspeakers (2005, US premiere) / Maria Hadge, cello
Matthias Kranebitter: pitch study no.1 / contra violin (2016, US premiere) / Maria Im, violin
Sojin Yoon: FOG for solo trombone and electronics (2018, world premiere) / Mark Broschinsky, trombone

Part 2 programs
Seong Ae Kim: Percée (2018, world premiere) 
Sungji Hong: Elevatus (2018, world premiere) 
Mirela Ivičević: Baby Magnify / Lilith's New Toy (2017, US premiere) 
Peter Jakober: Fast (2018, world premiere) 
Matthias Kranebitter: Ghost Box Diaries 24022018 (2018, US premiere) 
Sojin Yoon: incomplete moonlight (2018, US premiere)


To RSVP and for more information, please visit:

Miro Yoon