Beethoven's and Webern's Music to Fill Long Island's Finest and Most Intimate Concert Hall on

The Jupiter String Quartet returns with The Evolution of Voice on Friday, February 11, 2011, at 7:30 p.m. in the Adelphi University Performing Arts Center (AU PAC) Concert Hall, 1 South Avenue, Garden City, NY.

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Ludwig van Beethoven's "voice" as a composer changed radically from his early, classical style to his final years as an artist of adventurous, mystical, and romantic works. His music is paired with that of Anton Webern, who shifted from late Romanticism to his own unique, modern style.

The Jupiter String Quartet, formed in 2001, is an intimate group including violinists Nelson Lee and Megan Freivogel, violist Liz Freivogel (older sister of Meg), and cellist Daniel McDonough (husband of Meg, brother-in-law of Liz). The quartet concertizes across the United States, Canada, Europe, Mexico, and South America. They have enjoyed playing in such venues as New York's Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center, Boston's Jordan Hall, Mexico City's Palacio de Bellas Artes, and Washington, D.C.'s Kennedy Center.

Individual tickets for this event are on sale now and are only $10 to $20. For more information about The Jupiter String Quartet please visit To learn more about AU PAC's 2010-2011 season, please visit or call the AU PAC Box Office at (516) 877-4000.

About Adelphi University: Adelphi is a world class, modern university with excellent and highly relevant programs where students prepare for lives of active citizenship and professional careers. Through its schools and programs-The College of Arts and Sciences, Derner Institute of Advanced Psychological Studies, Honors College, Ruth S. Ammon School of Education, University College, and the Schools of Business, Nursing, and Social Work-the co-educational university offers undergraduate and graduate degrees as well as professional and educational programs for adults. Adelphi University currently enrolls nearly 8,000 students from 41 states and 60 foreign countries. With its main campus in Garden City and centers in Manhattan, Hauppauge, and Poughkeepsie, the University, chartered in 1896, maintains a commitment to liberal studies in tandem with rigorous professional preparation and active citizenship.