We're eager to get back to one of our favorite musical oases, Goshen, IN, and its hip vinyl enclave, Ignition Garage. We arrive packing a characteristically diverse bill of brand new music as well as nuggets from the traditional repertoire. Two cornerstones of the past, Schubert’s breathless Quartettsatz and Beethoven’s rabble-rousing Große Fuge frame the program. The interior here can only be described as “prismatic,” with Arvo Pärt’s introspective and sublime Fratres, Haydn’s bit of tomfoolery Op. 33, No. 2 in Eb “The Joke,” John Cage’s toe-dip into early music Quartet in Four Parts, and a recent commission from young, firebrand composer Chris Fisher-Lochhead provide the vibrant, high-contrast center.