Borromeo String Quartet with Karen Kevra, flute.
The renowned Borromeo Quartet returns to perform Beethoven’s String Quartet op. 59, No. 2 “Teta: A World I Loved” a new quintet for flute and strings by Arab-American composer Mohammed Fairouz featuring flutist Karen Kevra, and a special multi-media suite.
The suite of three pieces includes Leipzig Triangles”, a performance with video of Bach “St. Anne Fugue” for organ arranged for string quartet by Borromeo String quartet violinist Nicholas Kitchen. The video is mathematically scintillating and includes images of Leipzig (old and new) and some of the organs still existing that Bach actually played on.