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  • Princeton University Concerts brings back the acclaimed Jerusalem String Quartet after a six-year hiatus with their longtime friend and mentor, legendary violist Pinchas Zukerman, and his wife, cellist Amanda Forsyth. Together, these old acquaintances will offer a program of rarely heard, richly expressive works. The series' 125th season will saunter out of the gate to the aristocratic overtones of Strauss’ faux-Rococo sextet from his opera Capriccio, before shifting the mood to Schoenberg’s transfixing, transcendent “Transfigured Night.” The concert will end on a bittersweet note with Tchaikovsky’s touchingly nostalgic “Souvenir de Florence.”

Jerusalem String Quartet with Pinchas Zukerman, Viola & Amanda Forsyth, Cello
  • October 11, 2018 to October 11, 2018
  • Richardson Auditorium, Alexander Hall
  • $25-$55, general / $10 student