Source: The New York Times.
ETHEL at the Jewish Museum (Feb. 28, 7:30 p.m.). Julia Wolfe has become most notable in recent years for working on a large scale, particularly with “Fire in My Mouth” and her Pulitzer Prize-winning “Anthracite Fields,” but here is an opportunity to delve deep into her chamber music, with a first-ever concert of her complete string quartets performed by the contemporary foursome Ethel.
INBAL SEGEV at Roulette (Feb. 28, 8 p.m.). This recital, titled “21st Century Women,” features Segev playing recent solo cello works by five of our more prominent female composers. Works by Anna Clyne, Missy Mazzoli and Kaija Saariaho are all on the bill, as are ones by Reena Maria Esmail and Gity Razaz, which are accompanied by films by Heather McCalden and Carmen Kordas, respectively.