ETHEL & Friends Series at The Met
Petrie Court Café “Date Night” Artists perform 3 sets on Fridays and Saturdays:
6 PM, 7 PM, and 8 PM.
ETHEL and Friends is a music series lovingly programmed for “Date Night” at The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Petrie Court Café in the Carroll and Milton Petrie European Sculpture Court, by The Petrie Court Café’s Resident Ensemble, ETHEL.
On October 13th and October 14th, members of The Harlem Chamber Players will perform music by Caroline Shaw, Tania León, Mark O’Connor, Florence Price, Gabriela Lena Frank, Paquito D’Rivera, Joseph Bologne (a.k.a. Chevalier de Saint-Georges), Antonín Dvořák, Hadyn, Coleridge-Taylor Perkinson, Julia Wolfe, Valerie Coleman, Frederick Tillis, Trevor Weston, Rhiannon Giddens, and Jessie Montgomery.
Ashley Horne, violin
Claire Chan, violin
William Frampton, viola
Wayne Smith, cello
Free with admission to The Met Museum at Fifth Avenue.
ETHEL is one of the most acclaimed ensembles in contemporary music. With an eye to tradition and an ear to the future, the quartet is a leading force in concert music’s re-engagement with musical vernaculars, fusing diverse performance practices into a vibrant, engaging sound. ETHEL and ETHEL members perform regularly at the Petrie Court Café, and they welcome celebrated friends to the series–such luminaries as JP Jofre, Alexis Michelle, Kaki King, Allison Loggins-Hull and Raja Rahman.
Click here to learn more about the ETHEL and Friends series at The Met.