Muse 4Tet will perform at Chapel Restoration on Oct. 24
Violinists Gwen Laster and Julianne Carney, violist Melanie Dyer and cellist Tomas Ulrich, collectively known as the Muse 4Tet, will perform a set of original compositions, including the premiere of Laster’s “Cigarette: The Sandra Bland Story, BlackLives Matter” and music of Adam Rudolph and Jessie Montgomery at the Chapel Restoration at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 24.
The chapel is located at 45 Market St. in Cold Spring on the banks of the Hudson River. A donation of $15 is suggested.
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