Two compositions by Eric Moe will premiere in New York during November.

Two compositions by Eric Moe will premiere in New York during November. The critically acclaimed New York New Music Ensemble will perform Moe's composition Superhero on November 6 at Merkin Concert Hall. The NYNME commissioned Moe as part of their 30th anniversary celebration A Thirty Year Passion for the New 1976–2006. The second premiere, an Emily Dickinson setting titled She Goes Her Spacious Way, was commissioned by mezzo-soprano Mary Nessinger and pianist Jeanne Golan. The duo will present the work in a private performance at the National Arts Club, NYC on Tuesday, November 7, then to the public at Vassar College on Saturday, November 18. She Goes Her Spacious Way is part of Nessinger and Golan's Shadow Cycle series, wherein they commission composers to write a song that parallels one in a famous older cycle. Moe's contribution shadows Alban Berg's Sommertage from the Sieben Frühe Lieder.