Free Performance Tuesday at 6:30 — ETHEL at Abrons Amphitheater

Jennifer Choi (violin), Cornelius Dufallo (violin),
Ralph Farris (viola), and Dorothy Lawson (cello)

You know that balcony at Abrons our kids are not allowed to play on? Well, apparently if you’re a member of ETHEL — “America’s premier postclassical string quartet” — you are allowed to play up there, this Tuesday at 6:30pm.

ETHEL is an exciting group, primarily performing music composed in the past twenty years. They’ve toured the world, won a MAP Fund grant, and now, thanks to the Carnegie Hall Neighborhood Concert Series and the citywide music festival Make Music New York, they’re coming to a CSA distribution site near you.

Tomorrow’s program: (subject to change):
Marcello Zarvos, Arrival
Cornelius Dufallo, Lighthouse
Dorothy Lawson, Chai
Ralph Farris, 2fer
John Cage, 4’33”
Daniel Felsenfeld, You, Have No.Idea
Terry Riley, Sunrise of The Planetary Dream Collector
Huang Ruo, The Flag Project
Mark Stewart, To Whom it May Concern: Thank You