Concerts this weekend at MIT











Jupiter Quartet Beethoven Cycle – Friday
Keeril Makan Premiere by Either/Or – Saturday
Zemler/Ziporyn Duo – Sunday

April 4  | Fri | MIT Guest Artist Series presents: the Jupiter Quartet in the third concert as part of the complete Beethoven String Quartet Cycle performances at MIT (2013-2015). Beethoven: Quartet in F Major, Op. 59, No. 1; Quartet in B-flat Major, Op. 130. 8pm, Kresge Auditorium. General admission $5; Free in advance only via Eventbrite to MIT community with MIT email address. Tickets: and at the door.  Funded in part by the MIT Center for Art, Science and Technology (CAST) and Music and Theater Arts at MIT.

April 5 | Sat | MIT Faculty Series. Either/Or presents works of MIT composer Keeril Makan. Keeril Makan – Letting Time Circle Through Us (World Premiere). Jennifer Choi, violin; Russell Greenberg, percussion; Taka Kigawa. piano; Wendy Law, cello; Dan Lippel, guitar; David Shively, cimbalom. 8pm, Killian Hall.  Free.

April 6 | Sun | Polish percussionist Hubert Zemler and Evan Ziporyn, clarinet, perform percussion solos and duos with clarinet.  7pm, Killian Hall.  Free.

A member of several independent bands that originated in Warsaw, Zemler has experimented with different music genres: improvisational music (Horny Trees, SzaZaZe, Kapacitron, Piętnastka), contemporary music (Arturas Bumsteinas, Zdzisław Piernik, Tadeusz Wielecki), world music (Ritmodelia, Calle Sol) and ambitious pop (The Saint Box, Incarnations, Frozen Bird, Babadag, Neurasja, Natu). Determined to pursue his own way, he created his own, original sound backed by unique sensitivity, ingenuity and exceptional technique. Lado ABC released an album (Moped) of one of his concerts. 


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