One of America’s most adventurous string quartets, ETHEL sets the standard for contemporary genre-crossing concert music.
$18 (WKC member- w/ no ticketing fee!)//$22 at the door (Learn more about membership here)
$20 (non-member)//$22 at the door
$10 under 19; free for children 8 & under
Advance ticketing closes at 6:30 pm on Friday 6/4. We're trying to reduce our paper use and will not have paper tickets for this event. Your name will be on a list at the admission tent.
Day-of tickets are available online on Saturday 6/5 or at the door. Ticket booth opens at 6:00pm on 6/6; doors open at 6:30pm.
Bring a picnic to enjoy before the show or purchase food on-site!
At the center of this performance is ETHEL’s own adaptation of Ennio Morricone’s moving score to the 1986 film, The Mission. Nominated for an Academy Award, and winning the Golden Globe, Morricone’s score deals with cross-cultural complexities fueled by the quest for redemption against the backdrop of the jungles of South America.
Also featured are ETHEL’s extraordinary setting of Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan’s Ghorak Dhanda Ho — a heartfelt discourse of faith in poetry and song (Pakistani Qawwali), a theatrical spirit-play Mare Jatralu (Hindu Kirtan), Zuni and Hawaiian ritual sun chants, and O Frondens Virga by the 12th century German abbess Hildegard von Bingen, a voice of peace and clarity from the deep past.