Ear to Ear: Claire Chase

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Saturday, November 29, 2008

Brooklyn based flautist Claire Chase has emerged as a gifted interpreter and performer of contemporary music, as well as an active entrepreneur of the experimental arts. Winner of the 2008 Concert Artists Guild International Competition, Claire is the executive director and co founder of the International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE), dedicated to presenting new works and expanding today's new music scene.

International Contemporary Ensemble
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Comments [4]

gina ballinger from Graz, Austria

david garland you put on the air the most beautiful and inspiring music. i moved from west la to rural austria (no tel, no radio no music) when i was 27. now 38 years later through the world of internet i am being graced the sounds like wnyc. yeee : ) thank you. hearing claire chase tonight was wonderful.

Dec. 03 2008 02:36 PM
davido da caccia

Is Concert Artists Guild (and their community audience) ready for "new music," rather than golden oldies??

Nov. 29 2008 08:50 PM

Does the title "poison mushroom" refer only to the cloud or does it refer to a betrayal of a food?

Nov. 29 2008 08:49 PM
Tom from Columbus, Ohio

Question for Claire: What criteria do you apply to select compositions to be performed at ICE concerts, i.e., what particular qualities do you look for?

Nov. 29 2008 08:42 PM

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