At the NYPL's invitation, ICE publicly addresses the famous Harvard Norton Lectures by Leonard Bernstein, given in 1973.
Pregones Theater and 5BMF are pleased to partner with the EntICE initiative and the South Bronx-based youth music organization UpBeat NYC to present a showcase of new works performed by student musicians alongside members of ICE.
For our final spring OpenICE concerts of the season at Abrons Arts Center, ICE presents brand-new works by the star student composers at Columbia University and New York University.
ICE performs brand-new works by the student composers at Columbia University.
ICE performs with the Brooklyn Youth Chorus for the second installment of its acclaimed Silent Voices series, focusing on themes of social justice.
For its first appearance at GMEM Marseilles and Cassis, ICE storms the festival with a program called SOUND LISTENING.
In its first collaboration with Ensemble C Barré, ICE storms the GMEM Festival in Marseilles and Cassis, France.
ICE presents many of the great current Chicago-based composers in this free event at Constellation Chicago.
At the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, ICE discusses frequent collaborator Zosha di Castri's work alongside live performances.
Michael Pisaro’s 75-minute piece embeds audience members in a grid of 100 performers, where they are slowly submerged in an ocean of sound. ICE performs the work in a free event with audience participation at the David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center.
EntICE, ICE's education program of collaborations with youth orchestras around the country, continues with our inaugural partnership with the San Francisco Symphony Youth Orchestra.
ICE continues our tour of excellent New England colleges with this short residency at Amherst. The visit will culminate with a concert featuring Wojtek Blecharz's Music for Invisible Places—an OpenICE commission—and Pauline Oliveros's Earth Ears, an ICE specialty.
the whisper opera, with words and music by Pulitzer Prize-winner David Lang and direction and design by Jim Findlay, is performed by ICE with the musicians, singer, and audience enclosed in an intimate onstage set, and is performed almost entirely in whispers.
hcmf// presents the only UK performance of the late Pauline Oliveros’ elemental Primordial/Lift, featuring the International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE) and Manchester-based ensemble Distractfold.
ONE Archives, in collaboration with author, playwright/director, and poet IONE and ICE, will present an open set of performances, meditations, Deep Listening, screenings, and discussions in tribute to Oliveros’s extensive work in experimental and electronic music.
ICE return to National Sawdust to celebrate the relationships and collaborations with Sabrina Schroeder and Monte Weber fostered in our ICElab and OpenICE commissioning programs.
OpenICE presents Katinka Kleijn (cello) and Ross Karre (percussion) in an evening of experimental solo works by Ashley Fure, Pauline Oliveros, and more. The event will also be the launch of Karre's solo CD 10.76 cycles.
ICE plays a workshop of Pauline Oliveros's The Nubian Word for Flowers at Mount Tremper Arts in Phoenicia, NY.
Our free OpenICE performances of 2017-18 season kick off at the Abrons Arts Center with this weekend of thrilling programs curated, as always, by the ICE performers.