Oklahoma City’s residential chamber music ensemble holds the fourth concert of its Tenth Anniversary Season on March 18 at All Souls’ Episcopal Church in northwest OKC, and March 19 at St. Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral downtown. Both concerts begin at 7:30 p.m. Admission is $10 for adults and free for students with ID. The concert will feature guest artist Miles Hoffman, Artistic Director of the American Chamber Players; Associate Professor of Viola at Converse College in South Carolina; and music commentator for National Public Radio’s flagship news program, “Morning Edition.”
The ensemble will perform Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s “Kegelstatt” Trio in E-flat Major, K.498, for viola, clarinet and piano; Max Bruch’s Romance for Viola and Piano in F Major, op. 85; Robert Schumann’s “Märchenerzählungen” (“Fairy Tales”), op. 132 for viola, clarinet and piano; and Guillaume Lekue’s Piano Quartet in B Minor for violin, viola, cello and piano.