Time Out says
Audiences will vibrate at a higher level during Lincoln Center's spiritual fall festival. This week, catch the final performance of Desdemona—Toni Morrison, Peter Sellars and Rokia Traoré's feminist riff on Othello—or the vibrant Schola Cantorum de Venezuela tracing the evolution of sacred Spanish-language choral music over six centuries. Pianist Eteri Andjaparidze and lighting designer Jennifer Tipton launch Scriabin's already-mystical music into even more distant galaxies. Finally, tickets are already scarce for Four Quartets, which features a reading of T.S. Eliot's monumental poem tetralogy by British actor Stephen Dillane paired with the Miró Quartet performing music by Beethoven, which was an inspiration to Eliot throughout his career. Details are available at whitelightfestival.org.