Author: Clay Evans

VIDEO The Kronos Quartet on ‘the special mystery of how a quartet communicates’

Kronos Quartet as a Dot Cloud

By Graham Roberts, Catherine Spangler, Leslye Davis and Jeremy White | The New York Times

The innovative musicians perform and discuss the special mystery of how a quartet communicates as part of an experiment capturing their sound and movement.

The Kronos Quartet will play at Macky Auditorium on the CU-Boulder campus Oct. 8. The program includes “Beyond Zero: 1914-1918,” a commemoration of World War I with a score by Aleksandra Vrebelov and film featuring long-lost archival war footage by Bill Morrison.

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