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Edward T. Cone Concert Series - JACK Quartet (Saturday)
Saturday, February 2, 2013 at 8:00 PM (EST)
with Wiek Hijmans and Derek Bermel
For the February 1 and 2 Edward T. Cone Concerts, JACK Quartet, which critics have called “viscerally exciting,” “brilliant,” “beautifully harsh,” and “mind-blowingly good,” will be joined by renowned Dutch electric guitarist Wiek Hijmans and Derek Bermel, the Institute's Artist-in-Residence. Among the works presented will be Brahms's Clarinet Quintet, Ligeti's Quartet no. 2, Bermel's Ritornello, and a new piece by Bermel, A Short History of the Universe (as related by Nima Arkani-Hamed).
The Friday concert will be followed by a concert talk from the stage. The Saturday concert will be preceded by a concert talk from the stage of Wolfensohn Hall beginning at 6:30 p.m.
The concert is free and open to the public. Pre-registration is required. Please note that performances are not suitable for children under the age of eight.
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Institute for Advanced Study - Artist-in-Residence Program
The Institute for Advanced Study is one of the world’s leading centers for theoretical research and intellectual inquiry. The Institute exists to encourage and support fundamental research in the sciences and humanities—the original, often speculative, thinking that produces advances in knowledge that change the way we understand the world. Learn more at www.ias.edu.
Throughout the academic year, the Institute offers a range of events that are open to the public, including lectures by Faculty and guest speakers, as well as concerts and talks as part of the Edward T. Cone Concert Series. See upcoming public events at www.ias.edu/news/public-events.
The Artist-in-Residence program, established in 1994, creates a musical presence at the Institute, with programs for the Institute community and for the public, including the Edward T. Cone Concert Series. Derek Bermel, a composer and clarinetist, is the Institute’s current Artist-in-Residence. To learn more, visit www.ias.edu/special/air