Exponential Ensemble

Free Concert
Wolfensohn Hall - Institute for Advanced Study
Free, with Ticketed Reservation

The Exponential Ensemble breathes life into works by living composers, often inspired by math, science, and literacy. They lead off this season's chamber offerings with a performance of contemporary works for flute, oboe, clarinet, and piano.

Those signed up on the waitlist who are unable to be seated will receive a link to a livestream of the performance.

Exponential Ensemble


Oscar PAN / Le Train 
Robert PATERSON / Relative Theory 
Gilad COHEN / A Dark Matter
Amy BRANDON / Crown of the Sun
Fritiof PALM / Ultraneous Baloney 
Philippe TREUILLE / Tessellations 


The Exponential Ensemble

Pascal Archer, clarinet – Founder and Artistic Director

Kemp Jernigan, oboe – Co-Artistic Director

Anna Urrey, flute – Co-Artistic Director

Amir Farid, piano


The Exponential Ensemble is a mixed chamber music ensemble made of New York City top-notch performers and experienced teaching artists. Throughout each season, a roster of musicians enables the ensemble to grow exponentially within each performance, presenting audiences with classic masterworks alongside contemporary masterpieces. The ensemble also delivers interactive educational programs using music as a way to connect with school curricula.

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