Founded in 2011 by clarinetist Pascal Archer, Exponential Ensemble is a mixed chamber music ensemble made of New York City’s top-notch performers and teaching artists. Each season the ensemble presents compelling programs that include both classic masterworks and contemporary masterpieces. Exponential Ensemble’s mission includes commissioning and premiering works by living composers that are inspired by math, science and literacy. Since 2013 they have commissioned new works by composers such as Amy Brandon, Robert Paterson, Gilad Cohen, and Jared Miller. They collaborate regularly with composer Daniel Ott for the Fordham Composers Program at Lincoln Center’s Fordham University. Recent collaborations included new music residencies with the Composers Collective and at the Mostly Modern Festival, during which Exponential Ensemble premiered new works by emerging composers. Additionally, Exponential Ensemble curates interactive educational programs that use music as a way to connect with school curricula. These programs have been delivered to organizations such as Music for Autism, the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts and in New York City public schools. Exponential Ensemble is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. Contributions for the purposes of Exponential Ensemble must be made payable to Fractured Atlas and will be tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.
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|Pascal Archer||Artistic Director|
|Caleb van der Swaagh||Cellist|
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