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For 35 years, the Muir String Quartet has been touring the nation and the world, taking the stage at concert halls grand and modest, and garnering awards from a Grammy to two Grand Prix des Disques. Since 1983, Boston University has been the celebrated chamber ensemble’s physical and artistic home, and on Monday, January 26, the group will take the stage at Tsai Performance Center.
What’s Up BU?
- Scars of Partition: Franco-British Colonial Legacies in Borderlands12:00pm
- Inspiration in the Desert, a chamber music concert of works by Max Stern7:00pm
- Muir String Quartet8:00pm
- The Somme, the Suffragists and the Gatling Gun: A Feminist Rethinking for Today of the 20th Century’s “Great War"6:00pm
- Visting Artist: Huma Bhabha6:30pm
This year’s commemoration will consist of a talk by Sergio Parussa, a specialist in Italian Jewish literature and culture under Fascism, and the screening of a newly restored and subtitled version of Carlo Lizzani’s L’oro di Roma (1961), the first film based on events leading to the final deportation of the Jews of Rome. GSU Conference Auditorium, Second Floor, 775 Commonwealth Ave.
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