Ember Performing Ensemble
  • We are singers who sing about the meaning of things, and who share a deep spiritual curiosity about our existence, whether your practice is that of the traditional world religions, yoga, or The Secret.
  • We have deep connections to many living composers and work collaboratively with them to hone and shape their compositions.
  • We gather on Tuesdays from 7-10 to pause, breathe . . . and then sing together. Our members range in experience from professional singers to cabaret performers to skilled amateurs.

Our Next Concert

But Who Shall Return Us Our Children?

A Kipling Passion
Saturday, November 11th, 7PM
St. John’s Lutheran Church
81 Christopher Street, NYC
Sunday, November 12th, 5PM
Church of the Immaculate Conception
30 N Fullerton Ave, Montclair, NJ

The East Coast Premiere of John Muehleisen’s dramatic oratorio. The story of poet Rudyard Kipling and his family’s interaction with Seattle-based composer John Muehleisen to allow the drama to unfold musically in this significant new contribution to the 21st-century choral canon. Scored for chamber orchestra, soloists and vocal ensemble. In addition to portraying the heart-rending Kipling family experience, Muehleisen asks the larger questions having to do with how loss can be turned to remembrance and reconciliation.

John Muehleisen
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