“Premieres”: Prism Quartet.
Founded in 1984 by U-M saxophone professor emeritus Donald Sinta as an ensemble of U-M alums, this widely acclaimed saxophone quartet presents an eclectic program of new music, including the premieres of New Jersey–based composer Flannery Cunningham’s Oci oci and West Chester (PA) University music professor Adam Silverman’s Title. Also, contemporary Puerto Rican composer Roberto Sierra’s Graffiti II, a new arrangement of Chicago Modern Orchestra Project founder Renee Baker’s Pratigraha, and Venezuelan Alfredo Cabrera’s Rogue Flare, Fly Away. 7 p.m., First Presbyterian Church, 300 N. Washington, Ypsilanti. Mask and vaccination required. Tickets $25 (seniors & students, $20) at the door. $5 discount for advance purchase before Mar. 12 at prismquartet.com using code PRISM5. firstname.lastname@example.org, (800) 595–4849.