ETHEL String Quartet's
Wide World of Music
Friday, March 3, 2017
Hosmer Hall at 12 pm
Grades 2 - 12
ETHEL presents a fun program of contemporary compositions that have been influenced by popular or folk traditions from around the world. The program is presented in an upbeat format, to include new works from such composers as Marcello Zarvos (Brazil), Robert Mirabal (Taos Pueblo), Timo Alakotila (Finland), Carlo Mombelli (South Africa), Rodney Yazzie (Navajo Nation), Hollis Taylor (Australia), and members of ETHEL. Students will hear aspects of blues, rock, and pop, as well as folk traditions from all around the world as they learn how composers throughout history have integrated aspects of folk and popular music, and how this process of stylistic integration continues in today’s concert music.
Instrument Petting Zoo at 9:30 am
Grades 3 - 5
$2 per student w/purchase of concert ticket
Contact Patricia Mason at 315-267-2612 or email@example.com
for school performance registration.