Jack Quartet Met

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The JACK Quartet brings their cutting-edge version of chamber music to the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Medieval Sculpture Hall. They usually use their explosive technique on works by today’s greatest composers of new music, and this concert is no exception, with a new work by Toby Twining as well as Michael Harrison’s Chant and Sasha Zamler-Carhart’s St. Francis String Quartets. The program also includes an assortment of medieval music, though, including string quartet arrangements of Guillaume Dufay’s Moribus et genere, Rodericus’s Angelorum Psalat and the Gregorian Advent chant Rorate Caeli. It’s a fascinating assortment of music spanning almost a thousand years, presented in front of the Museum’s Christmas Tree and Neapolitan Baroque Crèche, and the critically acclaimed JACK Quartet is sure to play it brilliantly.

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