Initiating an idea in this performance can take any form, combining pitch, rhythmic, and timbral concepts; it comes from an irrepressible need to voice something in response to what we hear around us.
A summary of a week's listening at the ONE Gay and Lesbian Archives at USC in Los Angeles, with music of Pauline Oliveros. Read More
What does curating really mean? ICE has prized the values of autonomous curation from our inception, but the circumstances always change.
Wendy Richman talks about what it was like to curate a weekend of OpenICE events at the Abrons Arts Center. Read More
If one is going to be away from ICE for a short while, Tanglewood is a pretty good place to spend the weeks of the late summer. Read More
ICE pianist and Director of Recordings and Digital Outreach Jacob Greenberg describes his experience at Tanglewood, the quintessential classical music festival.
Chaya’s music always defies easy answers, but rewards inquiry, and needs no less than total immersion and commitment.
Jacob Greenberg explores ICE's works with composer Chaya Czernowin. Read More
When one hears instruments coaxed into anonymity, one is equally attuned to the performers’ unique personalities.
Ross Karre and Jacob Greenberg explore themes that unify this program featuring a small ICE subset at Williams College. Read More
Is it any wonder we came away committed to get more involved?
Dispatch from ICE superfans Arlene and Larry Dunn (@ICEfansArleneLD). Read More
"the performance becomes an emergent phenomenon, achieved through negotiation"
ICE tackles George Lewis' works in a new album of premiere performances. Read More
I first found out about ICEcommons when I participated in an open forum hosted by ICE in late October of this year. The forum was a presentation and large group discussion about ICE’s archive metafields.org.
Composer Camila Agosto has been one of the nicest surprises to come to ICE in a long while. When ICE chose Camila Agosto her to be represented on a November OpenICE concert at the Abrons Arts Center, we had no idea she was only twenty-one! Camila describes her experience here. Read More