On November 30, the ACFNY invites New York-based Ensemble Signal and conductor Brad Lubman to perform a unique program of cutting-edge contemporary music by Austrian composer Wolfgang Mitterer. In addition to being a composer, Mitterer is also a virtuoso performer and improviser on both organ and electronics. The second concert in our Composer Spotlight: Wolfgang Mitterer series features Mr. Mitterer performing on Saint Peter's much-heralded Johannes Klais Orgelbau organ. Do not miss this rare experience of contemporary organ and electronics performed in the inspirational setting of Saint Peter's Church.

Free admission, no reservation necessary.


Wolfgang Mitterer: mobile beats (2012)
performed by Ensemble Signal & Brad Lubman, conductor, with Wolfgang Mitterer, electronics

Wolfgang Mitterer: Solo Organ & Electronics Set
performed by Wolfgang Mitterer on St. Peter's Johannes Klais Orgelbau organ
Kelli Kathman, flutes
Adrián Sandí, clarinets
Olivia De Prato, violin
Lauren Radnofsky, cello
Carson Moody, percussion
Oliver Hagen, piano
Brad Lubman, conductor
Wolfgang Mitterer, organ, electronics
Paul Coleman, sound director

For the first concert in the Composer Spotlight: Wolfgang Mitterer series, please click >>here.


Wolfgang Mitterer studied organ, composition and electroacoustics in Vienna and Stockholm. He is not only one of the Austrian specialists for electronics as well as being equally brilliant on the keyboard and on the slide controls, but is also one of the most innovative composers. His work oscillates between composition and open form. Apart from music for organ and orchestra, a piano concerto and an opera he has produced electronic pieces, conceptualized sound installations, and engaged in collective improvisation with diverse groups, developing a language of extremes, tension and complexity.
The pleasure he takes in experimenting leads him to combine contrasting elements in the creation of unpredictable musical events. www.wolfgangmitterer.com

Brad Lubman is founding Co-Artistic and Music Director of the NY-based Ensemble Signal. He is one of the foremost conductors of modern music and a leading figure in the field for over two decades and being a frequent guest conductor of the world’s most distinguished orchestras and new music ensembles, he has gained widespread recognition for his versatility, commanding technique, and insightful interpretations. His flexibility in a variety of settings has led him to conduct a broad range of repertoire from classical to contemporary works, and to direct projects including orchestra, opera, multimedia, and mixed ensemble.

Ensemble Signal, founded by Co-Artistic/Executive Director Lauren Radnofsky and Co-Artistic Director/Conductor Brad Lubman and described by the New York Times as "A new-music ensemble that by this point practically guarantees quality performances…” is a NY-based ensemble dedicated to offering the broadest possible audience access to a diverse
range of contemporary works through performance, commissioning, recording, and education. Signal’s passion for the diverse range of music being written today is a driving force behind their projects. The Ensemble’s repertoire ranges from minimalism or pop-influenced to the iconoclastic European avant-garde.