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ICE Performs Babbitt

ICE’s contribution to Babbitt’s Centennial
On February 10th, 2016 ICE will perform a Babbitt-centric program in honor of his centennial. OpenICE will feature Alice Teyssierr on flute and voice, Peter Tantsits as tenor voice, and Dan Lippel on guitar. The performance will take place ate Arbons Arts Center at 8pm and admissions is free. Babbitt served as faculty for music and mathematics at Princeton and later joined the faculty at the Juilliard School. He earned notoriety for his 1958 article “Who Cares if You Listen?” which takes the position that serious advanced music is too complex for the majority of the educated population. Babbitt was also known for composing music that included both electronic instruments and conventional instruments, which will be highlighted in ICE’s program as seen below:
Soli e Duettini (1991) for flute and guitar
Phenomena (1969) for soprano and tape
Composition for Guitar (1984)
Vision and Prayer (1961) for voice and tape
Four Cavalier Settings (1993) for tenor and guitar

The Arbons Arts Center is located at:
466 Grand Street
New York, NY 10002.
For more information about ICE’s Babbitt 100th please follow the link

ICE’s celebrates Babbitt’s 100th

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