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Board & Administration

Talea Administration

Alex Lipowski
Executive Director

Zach Sheets
Development Director

Brent Ness
Production Coordinator

David Adamcyk
Technical Director

Board of
Directors

Katharina Pistor, President
Carsten Bonnemann
Thomas Fichter
Charles Hack
Tanya Kalmanovitch
Alex Lipowski
Werner Nikowitz
Norman Ryan
Thomas Stelzer
Steven Takasugi

Artistic
Advisory Board

Anthony Cheung, co-founder
Julian Anderson
George Benjamin
Unsuk Chin
Jason Eckardt
Fabien Levy
Wang Lu
Alexandre Lunsqui
Olga Neuwirth
Matthias Pintscher


Ensemble

  • Tara Helen O’Connor

    Flutes

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    Tara Helen O’Connor

    Flutes

    Flutist Tara Helen O’Connor is a founding member of the Naumburg Award-winning New Millennium Ensemble, a member of the virtuoso woodwind quintet Windscape and the chamber ensemble Andalucian Dogs.  An artist member of The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center for the past two seasons she also performs regularly with  at the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival, Chamber Music Northwest, the Spoleto Festival USA and Music from Angel Fire. She has appeared on “Live from Lincoln Center” and on A&E’s Breakfast with the Arts.  Among her recent recording projects are Marc Neikrug’s Through Roses with Pinchas Zukerman and actor John Rubenstein, a CD of Bach flute sonatas and a recording of contemporary pieces for flute and piano written for her. She received two 2003 Grammy nominations for her recording of Osvaldo Golijov’s Yiddishbbuk. Winner of an Avery Fisher Career Grant, O’Connor teaches masterclasses at the Banff Centre in Canada,  is professor of flute and head of the wind department at Purchase College Conservatory of Music and is on the faculties of Manhattan School of Music and Bard College Conservatory of Music. An avid photographer, she has photo credits in Time OutStrad and Chamber Music America magazines.

  • Barry Crawford

    Flutes

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    Flutes

     

     

  • Rane Moore

    Clarinets

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    Rane Moore

    Clarinets

    Clarinetist Rane Moore enjoys an active performing schedule at home and abroad. An enthusiastic interpreter of contemporary repertoire, she is a member of the Talea Ensemble, Callithumpian Consort and Sound Icon. Ms. Moore has given numerous premieres of new works and appeared with Boston Musica Viva, Firebird Ensemble, Ludovico Ensemble, East Coast Contemporary Ensemble, Brave New Works, Guerilla Opera, Hyperion Ensemble, and the Bang on a Can All-Stars.  She is a frequent guest with Boston-based chamber music groups Raduis Ensemble and Vento Chiaro as well as the Orchestra of Emmanuel Music. Ms. Moore has recorded for Tzadik, Gravina Música, Mode, Bridge, Parma, and New World records and holds degrees from Indiana University and the University of California at Berkeley. Critics have praised her “enthralling,” “tour-de-force,” and “phenomenal” performances.

  • Marianne Gythfeldt

    Clarinets

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    Marianne Gythfeldt

    Clarinets

    Clarinetist Marianne Gythfeldt has distinguished herself in chamber music, orchestral and contemporary music performance on the international stage. She has played a central role in the new music scene of New York City over the past 25 years. Winning the Naumburg chamber music award with New Millennium Ensemble in 1995 launched a wide-ranging career as clarinetist with various groups such as Talea Ensemble and Zephyros Winds, Ensemble Sospeso, Ensemble Sequitur, and SEM ensemble. As a freelance performer, she has enjoyed collaborations with Orpheus Chamber Orchestra and the Orchestra of St. Luke’s, and many others. She is currently Associate Professor and head of Woodwinds at the Conservatory of Music at Brooklyn College and her scholarly activities include a solo CD-recording of commissioned electroacoustic pieces for clarinet, to be released on the New Focus label in 2018.

  • James Austin Smith

    Oboe

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    James Austin Smith

    Oboe

    Praised for his “virtuosic,” “dazzling” and “brilliant” performances (The New York Times) and his “bold, keen sound” (The New Yorker), oboist James Austin Smith performs equal parts new and old music across the United States and around the world. Mr. Smith is an artist of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, the International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE), the Talea Ensemble and Cygnus as well as a former Artistic Director of Decoda, the Affiliate Ensemble of Carnegie Hall. He is a member of the faculties of Stony Brook University, the Manhattan School of Music and Purchase College and is co-Artistic Director of Tertulia, a chamber music series that takes place in restaurants in New York and San Francisco.

    Mr. Smith’s festival appearances include Marlboro, Lucerne, Chamber Music Northwest, Schleswig-Holstein, Stellenbosch, Bay Chamber Concerts, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, OK Mozart, Schwetzingen and Spoleto USA; he has performed with the St. Lawrence, Orion and Parker string quartets and recorded for the Nonesuch, Bridge, Mode and Kairos labels. His debut solo recording “Distance” was released in early 2015 on South Africa’s TwoPianists Record Label.

    Mr. Smith received his Master of Music degree in 2008 from the Yale School of Music and graduated in 2005 with Bachelor of Arts (Political Science) and Bachelor of Music degrees from Northwestern University. He spent a year as a Fulbright Scholar in Leipzig, Germany at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater “Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy” and is an alumnus of Ensemble ACJW, a collaboration of Carnegie Hall, The Juilliard School, the Weill Music Institute and the New York City Department of Education. Mr. Smith’s principal teachers are Stephen Taylor, Christian Wetzel, Humbert Lucarelli and Ray Still.

  • Adrian Morejon

    Bassoon

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    Adrian Morejon

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  • Yuki Numata Resnick

    Violin

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    Yuki Numata Resnick

    Violin

  • Karen Kim

    Violin

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    Karen Kim

    Violin

    Grammy Award-winning violinist Karen Kim is widely hailed for her sensitive musicianship and passionate commitment to chamber and contemporary music. Her performances have been described as “compellingly structured and intimately detailed” (Cleveland Classical) and “muscular and gripping” (New York Classical Review). She has performed in such prestigious venues and series as Carnegie Hall’s Stern Auditorium and Zankel and Weill Recital Halls; the Celebrity Series of Boston; the Philadelphia Chamber Music Society; the Vienna Musikverein; London’s Wigmore Hall; the Musée d’Orsay in Paris; the Seoul Arts Center; and Angel Place in Sydney, Australia. Her recordings as a founding member of the Parker Quartet from 2002 to 2012 include the complete string quartets of György Ligeti, which received the Grammy Award for Best Chamber Music Performance in 2011. Esteemed for her versatility across a broad spectrum of musical idioms and artistic disciplines, Ms. Kim has collaborated with artists ranging from Kim Kashkashian, Paul Katz, Roger Tapping, Jörg Widmann, and Shai Wosner to Questlove & The Roots and the James Sewell Ballet. She is a founding member of Third Sound, which made its debut with an historic residency at the Havana Contemporary Music Festival in 2015. She is also a member of Talea Ensemble, Deviant Septet, and Ensemble Échappe, and frequently performs with such groups as East Coast Chamber Orchestra, NOVUS NY, and Metropolis Ensemble. Ms. Kim is currently a Teaching Artist for the New York Philharmonic.

  • Hannah Levinson

    Viola

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    Hannah Levinson

    Viola

    Hannah Levinson is an active performer of contemporary and classical music in New York City. She is a founding member of the violin/viola duo andPlay, described by I Care If You Listen as “enthusiastic champions for new music and collaboration.” She is also a member of Talea Ensemble, the Fair Trade Trio, and the Albany Symphony Orchestra. She has played with contemporary ensembles including counter)induction, ACME, Cantata Profana, ensemble mise-en, and The Rhythm Method Quartet. Hannah is an active teacher and is on faculty at Western Connecticut State University. She completed her MM in contemporary performance at the Manhattan School of Music, and graduated from Oberlin College and Conservatory with degrees in both Russian and East European studies and viola performance. Hannah is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in performance at NYU Steinhardt, where her research explores how interactions between composers and political structures affect the creation of new music.

  • Chris Gross

    Cello

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    Chris Gross

    Cello

    Following Christopher Gross’ performance of Brian Ferneyhough’s Time and Motion Study II at the Lincoln Center Festival, the New York Times wrote: “…for 20 minutes this skinny young cellist with a punkish hair cut seemed like a musical master of the universe…” Gross has performed numerous solo and chamber performances of contemporary music throughout the United States and in Europe. As a soloist, Gross premiered Milton Babbitt’s piece More Melismata for solo cello on the 2006 Focus! Festival and appeared as soloist in Arvo Pärt’s Pro et Contra on the 2005 Focus! Festival. Also highly in demand for mixed ensembles, he is a member of the Talea Ensemble and has played with various new music groups, including the Flux Quartet, International Contemporary Ensemble, Continuum, and at venues including Weill Hall, Alice Tully Hall, Disney Hall, Merkin Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center, Symphony Space, Barge Music, and MoMA.

  • Greg Chudzik

    Double Bass

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    Greg Chudzik

    Double Bass

    Greg Chudzik is an active performer across numerous genres on the double bass and electric bass. Currently, he can be seen performing regularly with several new music groups, including Signal Ensemble, Wet Ink Ensemble, and Talea Ensemble. Greg is also a member of several bands, including Empyrean Atlas, Bing and Ruth, and The Briars of North America. He has worked with numerous influential figures in contemporary music, including Steve Coleman, Steve Reich, Pierre Boulez, George Benjamin, Helmut Lachenmann, Charles Wuorinen, Alex Mincek and Tristan Perich. Greg’s recording credits include playing on the Grammy-nominated “Barcelonaza” by Jorge Leiderman, “Morphogenesis” and “Synovial Joints” by Steve Coleman on Pi Recordings, “No Home of the Mind” and “Tomorrow Was the Golden Age” by Bing and Ruth on RVNG records, the album “Americans” by Scott Johnson (Tzadik records), multiple recordings with Signal Ensemble on New Amsterdam and Mode Records, the album “Grown Unknown” by Lia Ices (Secretly Canadian records), the album “Inner Circle” by Empyrean Atlas, and the album “High Violet” by The National on 4AD records. Greg’s debut album “Solo Works, Vol. 1″ was released in July of 2015 and features original pieces of music written for bass guitar and electronics.

  • Jeff Missal

    Trumpet

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    Jeff Missal

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  • David Byrd-Marrow

    Horn

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    David Byrd-Marrow

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  • Steven Beck

    Piano

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    Steven Beck

    Piano

    “…one of the city’s most admired young pianists…” -the New Yorker, Mr. Beck made his debut with the National Symphony Orchestra, and has toured Japan as soloist with the New York Symphonic Ensemble.  Other orchestras with which he has appeared include the New Juilliard Ensemble (under David Robertson), Sequitur, the Jupiter Symphony Chamber Players, and the Virginia Symphony.

    Mr. Beck has performed as soloist and chamber musician at the Kennedy Center, the Library of Congress, Alice Tully Hall, Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, Merkin Hall, Miller Theater, Steinway Hall, as well as on the New York Philharmonic Ensembles Series and WNYC; summer appearances have been at the Aspen Music Festival, Lincoln Center Out of Doors, and the Monadnock Music Festival. He is an Artist Presenter and regular performer at Bargemusic. He has worked with composers Elliott Carter, Henri Dutilleux, George Perle, and Pierre Boulez.  In addition to the Talea Ensemble, Mr. Beck has performed with ensembles such as Speculum Musicae, New York New Music Ensemble, Ensemble 21, Mosaic, Ensemble Sospeso, and S.E.M. Ensemble. His recordings are on the Albany, Bridge, Boston Records, Monument, Mulatta, and Annemarie Classics labels.

  • Anthony Cheung

    Piano

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    Anthony Cheung

    Piano

    Anthony Cheung (born 1982, San Francisco) is a composer and pianist.  As an advocate for new music, he is Artistic Director of the Talea Ensemble in New York. Ensembles such as Ensemble Modern, Musiques Nouvelles, Le Nouvel Ensemble Moderne, International Contemporary Ensemble, the French National Orchestras of Lille and Lorraine, the Minnesota Orchestra, eighth blackbird, Dal Niente, and the New York and San Francisco youth orchestras have performed his music. Current and upcoming projects include commissions for the Ensemble Modern in Frankfurt and Witten and a Tremplin commission for the Ensemble Intercontemporain/IRCAM in Paris.  Honors include first prize and public prize at the International Dutilleux Competition (2008), the Charles Ives Fellowship and Scholarship from the American Academy of Arts and Letters (2006 and 2003), and several ASCAP awards.  He received his BA in Music and History from Harvard and his MA and DMA from Columbia University, where he taught music history and ear training and served as assistant conductor of the Columbia University Orchestra. He is currently a Junior Fellow at the Harvard Society of Fellows. His principal teachers have been Tristan Murail and Bernard Rands for composition and Robert Levin and Paul Hersh for piano, and he studied additionally at Tanglewood, Aspen, Centre Acanthes, Domaine Forget, and Fontainebleau, where he worked with many leading composers. For more information, please visit acheungmusic.com.

  • Stephen Gosling

    Piano

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  • Alex Lipowski

    Percussion

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    Alex Lipowski

    Percussion

    An advocate of contemporary music, Alex Lipowski is the Executive Director of the Talea Ensemble and has performed in ensembles such as the SEM Ensemble, Aspen Contemporary Ensemble, ICE, and Wet Ink Ensemble. He has been seen on concert stages throughout North America, South America, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. As a soloist and chamber musician he has collaborated with composers including Pierre Boulez, Helmut Lachenmann, Pierluigi Billone, and John Zorn to name a few. Lipowski has presented guest lectures at the University of Virginia Commonwealth, Denver State College, and UNICAMP, São Paulo, Brazil. Lipowski holds a Bachelors and Masters degree from the Juilliard School.  A career highlight is a tour with Pierre Boulez through Europe and then to Japan performing Boulez’s work, sur Incises. Since 2007, he has performed as Artist-Faculty at the Great Mountains Music Festival in South Korea.  He has recorded works on Gravina Musica, Naxos, and the Living Artists Label.

  • Matthew Gold

    Percussion

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    Matthew Gold

    Percussion

    Percussionist Matthew Gold appears across the U.S. and internationally presenting concert programs, master classes, and lectures as both a chamber musician and soloist. Based in Williamstown, MA and New York City, he is a member of the Talea Ensemble and the Talujon percussion group. Mr. Gold is an Artist in Residence in Percussion and Contemporary Music Performance at Williams College where he directs the Williams Percussion Ensemble, I/O Ensemble, and the annual I/O Festival of New Music. He serves on the faculty of the Composers Conference and Contemporary Performance Institute at Wellesley College, and is an Artist in Residence at the Walden School’s Creative Musicians Retreat. Mr. Gold has appeared as a soloist with such ensembles as Sequitur, the Charlottesville Chamber Music Festival, and the Orchestra of the League of Composers, has been a featured artist on recent festivals including Le Festival Les Musiques in Marseille, and Festival Musiques Démesurées in Clermont-Ferrand, and has appeared with the New York Philharmonic on its “Philharmonic 360″ program at the Park Avenue Armory. He performs regularly with, among others, the Mark Morris Dance Group, the New York City Ballet, and the Albany Symphony.

  • David Adamcyk

    Electronics

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    David Adamcyk

    Electronics

    David Adamcyk is a Canadian composer, electronic musician, and sound engineer living in New York. He creates musical works for the concert hall and theatrical stage, often incorporating technology. He was the assistant to Martin Matalon and Philippe Leroux, has collaborated with artist Julia Randall, and has worked with Quasar, Cairn, the MSO, Talea, ECM+, IRCAM, Esprit Orchestra, and SMCQ. David has taken part in the Nouvelles Rencontres composition program at Domaine Forget, in St-Iréné, and was selected for the National Arts Center’s Young Composers program in Ottawa. He has won four prizes at the SOCAN Foundation composer’s competition, and was also one of the five finalists in the CBC/SRC Evolution composition competition. David holds a doctorate in Composition from McGill University, and currently teaches sound recording, live sound, and electronic music at Columbia University’s Computer Music Center and at the Manhattan School of Music.


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Dérive 1 (1984)
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Against the Morning (2011)
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Cassidy, Aaron the green is either (2003)**
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Unsichtbare Farben (1999)
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Violin Phase (1967)
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La sabbia del tempo (1991)**
Golfi d’Ombra (1993)**
Blood on the Floor, Painting 1986 (2000) **
Professor Bad Trip (2000)**
Domeniche alla periferia dell’impero (2000)**
Amok Koma (2001)**
Trash TV Trance (2002)**
An Index of Metals (2003)**
Rzewski, Frederic Lost and Found (1984)
Qu, Xiaosong Ji No. 7: Motionless Water (1997)
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Ko-Lho (1966)
Schoenberg, Arnold Pierrot Lunaire, Op. 21 (1912)
Sciarrino, Salvatore De la Nuit (1971)
Anamorfosi (1981)
L’Opera per Flauto, vol. 1 (1990)
Omaggio a Burri (1995)
Infinito Nero (1998)
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Shapey, Ralph Evocation No. 2 (1979)
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These Particular Circumstances (2009)
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The Deserted Churchyards (1990)
Stahnke, Manfred Frankfurt Music Box (2003)**
Steiger, Rand A Menacing Plume (2011)*
awhirl (2008)
Elliott’s Instruments (2010)
Résonateur (2005)
Stockhausen, Karlheinz Sonatine (1951)
Zyklus Nr. 9 (1959)
Kontakte (1960)
Mikrophonie I (1964)
Tierkreis (1975)
Stravinsky, Igor Suite Italienne (after Pergolesi) (1933)
Stroppa, Marco Ossia: Seven Strophes on a Literary Drone (2005)**
Takasugi, Steven Strange Autumn (2004)***
Sideshow (2015)
Diary of a Lung (2006-07, rev. 2016-17)
Takemitsu, Toru Rocking Mirror Daybreak (1983)
Tarantino, Todd Cap Malheureux (2012)
Tenney, James Ergodos II (1964)
Koan (1977)
Thomalla, Hans Capriccio (2012)*
Thomas, Augusta Read Caprice (2005)
Tidrow, Thierry Né a l’envers (2008)
Trapani, Christopher Waterlines (2012)*
Tutschku, Hans Under (2013)*
periods of existence (2016)
codification-memory (2017)*
Twining, Toby 9:11 Blues (2003)
Vanoni, Gabriele Septet (2008)*
Van Herck, Bert Adese (2008)*
Intertwinded (2010)*
Verlingieri, Gianluca Alchymiae (2009)*
Vincze, Davour-Branimir Inflection Point (2011)
Vivier, Claude Paramirabo (1978)
Vosecek, Simon Mouses (2012)
Wang, Jen Valence (2012)*
Webern, Anton Satz (1925)
Widmann, Jorg Fantasie (1993)
Wubbels, Eric Tautology and Translation (2012)*
Wuorinen, Charles Percussion Duo (1979)
Piano Trio (1983)
Fast Fantasy (1977)
An Orbicle of Jasp (1999)
Wyner, Yehudi Refrain (2012)
Wyschnegradsky, Ivan String Quartet No. 2 (1931)
Xenakis, Iannis Persephassa (1969)
Charisma (1971)
Embellie (1981)
Kassandra (1987)
Yayalar, Tolga Teraneler (2006)
Zimmermann, Bernd Alois Sonata for Cello Solo (1960)
Ziporyn, Evan Speak, At-Man! (2006)
Zorn, John Rugby (1983)
Le Mômo (1999)
Bateau Ivre (2011)*
Orphee (2004)
Temptations of St Anthony (2012)***
Missa Sine Voces (2012)*
Candlemas Eve (2016)*
Il n’y a plus de firmament (2014)
Oviri (2014)
All Hallows Eve (2012)
Zuraj, Vito Deuce (2008)**

Press

“…a vital part of the New York contemporary-classical scene.”
-New York Times

“Championing works like these, and playing them with a compelling lucidity, are precisely what Talea Ensemble does best.”
-New York Times

“The Talea musicians moved through Mr. Boulez”s music — even works from his most severe period — with astonishing fluidity and warmth.”
-New York Times

“A flexible group that champions toothy modern works and plays them with a compelling lucidity…”
-New York Times

“…meticulously prepared and compellingly rendered.”
-New York Times

“…played with teeming energy and precise control.”
-New York Times

“…the Talea Ensemble gave a fierce performance of Fausto Romitelli’s Professor Bad Trip, a phantasmagorical sprawl of oozing timbres and howling psychedelic guitar.”
-New York Times

“…immeasurably enriched New York’s new-music scene in recent seasons, not least because the commitment with which they embrace even the most forbidding scores makes everything they do communicative.”
-TimeOut New York

“The Talea Ensemble makes modernist music not just accessible but positively engaging through its combination of commanding virtuosity and infectious commitment.”
-TimeOut New York

“…the stage often resembled the site of an athletic event, host to a blindingly high notes-per-measure quotient, fast tempos and a number of special effects. It was a demanding musical gauntlet.”
-Musical America

“…the audience seemed to relish the genre, cheering enthusiastically for every work.”
-Musical America


Contact

General
Contact

Alex Lipowski
Executive Director

alex@taleaensemble.org

Development
& Fundraising

Zach Sheets
Development Director

zach@taleaensemble.org

TALEA
ENSEMBLE

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Suite 208
Long Island City, NY 11101