Carnegie Mellon University Contemporary Ensemble

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The Carnegie Mellon University Contemporary Ensemble performs music composed in the last twenty years in concerts that feature multidisciplinary collaboration, technology, improvisation, and theatrical elements. The Ensemble often highlights the work of students and faculty.

Recently Performed Repertoire:

Michael Van der Aa
Mask (2006)
John Adams
Chamber Symphony (1992)
Leonardo Balada
Caprichos No. 7 (2009)
Mason Bates
Omnivorous Furniture (2004)
Derek Bermel
Three Rivers (2001)
Jacob Druckman
Come Round (1992)
Erberk Eryilmaz
Viola Concerto (world premiere)
Nancy Galbraith
Strange Travels (world premiere)
John Harbison
Mirabai Songs (1982/86)
David Lang
Increase (2002)
Andrew Norman
Try (2011)
Nico Muhly
By All Means (2004)
Steve Reich
Double Sextet (2007)
Kaija Saariaho
Lichtbogen (1986)
Simon Steen-Anderson
Chambered Music (2007)
Reza Vali
Folk Songs Set No. 10 (1993)
Randall Woolf
Modern Primitive (1991)
Charles Wuorinen
Big Spinoff (2011)