Looking for some hot string action next Friday January 18, in Brooklyn Heights? This appearance is so lofty that The New Yorker is offering its recommendation: “Roger Tapping—the eminent violist who, after a decade with the Takács Quartet, will join the Juilliard String Quartet next season”—performs in violinist Carmit Zori’s series at First Unitarian Church, 116 Pierrepont Street (at Monroe Place).
On offer are string quartets by Mozart (the “Hoffmeister”), Milhaud and Beethoven (the third “Razumovsky” Quartet, in C Major). Call 718-624-5466 for information. Tickets are available at the door.