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This Sunday, The Rhythm Method Returns to the Morris Museum!
Method: On Time
Sunday, May 29, at 2 pm
children under 18*
string quartet The Rhythm Method returns to the Morris Museum after
their debut during the 2021 season of Lot of Strings with a
multifaceted program exploring themes of time. This musical journey
literally takes the audience through time and space; beginning
outside of the Bickford Theatre with Steve Reich’s Pendulum Music,
equal parts sculpture and composition, and continues in the
theatre with works by Marina Kifferstein, Paul Pinto, and the world
premiere of a Live Arts commission by local composer, Kailyn
focuses on the theme, On Time, which further augments the
exhibition, A Cache of Kinetic Art: Timeless Movements. All
ticket buyers receive free admission to the Museum's galleries on the
day of the concert.
Tickets: General Admission is $40.00.
Member tickets are $35.00. Become a Member today.
*Limited children tickets available,
please call the box office for inquiries: 973-971-3706
Rhythm Method play the captivating The Forest for the Trees by
Theatre COVID Guidelines
All patrons 12
years and older must provide proof of full vaccination, currently 2
shots of either Pfizer or Moderna, or one of Johnson and Johnson, and
corresponding ID. All sales are final. All patrons are required to
wear a face mask in the Bickford Theatre. For assistance, call the
box office at 973-971-3706.
A Cache of Kinetic Art: Timeless Movements
through August 28, 2022
A Cache of Kinetic
Art series,Timeless Movementsexplores broad themes of the human
experience and how time manifests in nature through 35 works of
kinetic art. Created by 26 artists, these art
objects are expressions of measuring, marking, embracing, and
support for this exhibition is provided by Will and Mary
Museum gratefully acknowledges generous operating support from the