1. Remember the hand signals François Truffaut used to communicate with the alien in Close Encounters of the Third Kind? They were created by Hungarian composer Zoltán Kodály to help children learn music. He made a way to see music—now the Tokyo String Quartet lets you *hear his music* with a rare performance of his Quartet No. 2 at 92Y on Saturday.  Tickets, program notes, and audio clip, here.

    Remember the hand signals François Truffaut used to communicate with the alien in Close Encounters of the Third Kind? They were created by Hungarian composer Zoltán Kodály to help children learn music. He made a way to see music—now the Tokyo String Quartet lets you *hear his music* with a rare performance of his Quartet No. 2 at 92Y on Saturday.

    Tickets, program notes, and audio clip, here.