Exponential Ensemble

Sunday, December 3, 2017 at 4:30 pm
Wolfensohn Hall, Institute for Advanced Study

The Exponential Ensemble 2Anna Urrey, flute
Nathan Mills, oboe
Pascal Archer, clarinet
Javor Bracic, piano


SAINT-SAENS  |  Caprice on Danish and Russian Airs 

DEBUSSY (arr.)  |  Afternoon of a Faun 


SCOTT WHEELER  |  New Village Music* 

GINASTERA  |  Duo for Flute and Oboe Op.13

WILLIAM BOLCOM  |  Little Suite of Four Dances for E-flat Clarinet and Piano

DAMASE  |  Quartet for Woodwinds and Piano

*Premiere performance



The Exponential Ensemble is a chamber music ensemble made up of top-notch performers and experienced teaching artists Pascal Archer, clarinet; Kemp Jernigan, oboe; and Anna Urrey, flute. Throughout the season, a roster of guest musicians enables its core ensemble to grow exponentially within each performance; presenting audiences with classic masterworks alongside contemporary masterpieces. Additionally, they deliver interactive educational program for thousands of students each season using music as a way to connect with math, science, and literacy.

Monday, December 4 at 1 pm – An additional chamber concert performance at the Monroe Township Public Library

Saturday, December 9 at 3 pm – Exponential Ensemble performs “Music and Math Fun” an educational program for children of all ages at the Princeton Public Library.