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Music on the Edge

Music on the Edge presents ICE (International Contemporary Ensemble) this Saturday night at the Warhol and the crack new music group's program has attracted a lot of attention from local media.

April 3, 2010 - 8:00pm

Music on the Edge wraps up its 2009–10 season with Philadelphia's Relâche at The Andy Warhol Museum. MOTE and the Warhol will present the acclaimed new music ensemble along with Pitt's 2010 Franz Lehar Composer in Residence Paul Lansky. The program will feature the Pittsburgh premiere of Lansky's new Relâche-commissioned work Comix Trips. Relâche will also perform Pitt composer Eric Moe's 8 Point Turn, a work the ensemble commissioned and recorded on their CD of the same title. Other works on the program are Kyle Gann's Venus, Guy Klucevsek's Dance from Wing/Prayer, Duncan Neilson's Under the Carnival, and David Mahler's Scenes of Sacred Peace and Pleasure.

March 20, 2010 - 8:00pm

We regret to annnounce that Newband's March 20th Performance in Pittsburgh has been postponed until the 2010-11 season.

The end of 2009 has brought much-deserved recognition to Music on the Edge and IonSound Project, the music department's most prominent contemporary music endeavors.

February 28, 2010 - 7:00pm

Roger Zahab leads the MOTE Chamber orchestra in works by Mauricio Kagel, Stefan Wolpe, and Roger Zahab with premieres by Anthony Coleman Amy Williams.

Tickets in advance though ProArts: general admission $8.50, students and seniors $5. Visit www.proartstickets.org or call 412-394-3353. Tickets at the door: general admission $15, non-Pitt students and seniors, $10. Pitt students free with valid ID.

January 9, 2010 - 8:00pm

Music on the Edge and the Andy Warhol Museum will continue their highly successful collaboration beginning this January with a concert by the New York/Chicago-based International Contemporary Ensemble.

 

October 13, 2009 - 8:00pm

Co-directed by Eric Moe and Mathew Rosenblum, Music on the Edge (MOTE) presents about six concerts each year featuring visiting artists as well as the Music on the Edge Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Roger Zahab.

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