Saturday, 2007

New York contemporary string quartet ETHEL, hailed as “extraordinarily skilled, passionate musicians” by The New York Times, performs a site-specific celebration of music and architecture. Part installation, part theatrical event, In the House of ETHEL invites the audience to roam freely during the performance, following musicians through the space. In the House of ETHEL is composed collaboratively and is never the same twice. The work has been performed at the U.S. Library of Congress, the Whitney Museum, the Staten Island Ferry Terminal and other grand locations.
Location: Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture Atrium, University of Houston

Other Events with ETHEL:
March 5, 2007
Exploring Sound and Space Members of ETHEL will speak with Dagang Chen, Conductor, Woodlands Symphony Orchestra and Andrew Vrana, Architect/Visiting Assistant Professor at the College of Architecture. This discussion will be moderated by Bree Edwards, Mitchell Center for the Arts.
Location: Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture Auditorium

March 6, 2007
Afternoon Recital Series: The members of ETHEL will talk about their creative process and play selections of their works.
Location: Moores Opera House, Moores School of Music