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Quartet and Native American flutist join forces for program of new music

Grammy winning Native American flutist Robert Mirabal joins modern string quartet ETHEL for a performance at Troy Savings Bank Music Hall on Saturday. (photo: KATE RUSSELL)
Grammy winning Native American flutist Robert Mirabal joins modern string quartet ETHEL for a performance at Troy Savings Bank Music Hall on Saturday. (photo: KATE RUSSELL)
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ETHEL has been rocking the classical string quartet world for years with its adventurous journey into playing the newest of new music. But for its Saturday concert with Native American flutist Robert Mirabal, the mood will be more about serenity and wholeness than hard-edged abstractions. “It won’t be that gritty downtown New York sound — the stuff ETHEL usually does,” said violinist Cornelius Dufallo. “It’s more a world music, meditative, spiritual feel . . . like traditional ...


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