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Ebène Quartet: Live

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

The Paris-based Ebène Quartet is quickly becoming one of the most sought-after young string quartets. The group plays standards by Mozart and Debussy just as eagerly as they do songs by The Beatles, Wayne Shorter and Jobim.

They join us to perform live selections from their forthcoming CD, including “Misirlou,” the surf-rock number featured in "Pulp Fiction."

The Ebène Quartet plays tonight at 10:30 pm at the Mostly Mozart Festival.

Guests:

Ebene Quartet

Comments [2]

yichihara from NJ

I wish I could be there ... I was smitten by their jazzy, cool charm on non-classical pieces. All was great! I love the last two, Beatles and Snow White (Disney movie) numbers. BTW, were they singing?

Apr. 04 2011 08:08 PM
yichihara from NJ

I wanted to attend this concert tonight, but for work due had to give up. I've been listening, however, while working with my computer at home. Regrettably one thing I've found is that we cannot watch the live video on computer and listening to the radio (my audio system has much much bettter sound quality than my laptop) at the same time due to time lag. So I gave up the video. But I enjoy their performance with the diverse repertory very much! Cheers!

Apr. 04 2011 07:24 PM

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