Clarinet Trios 

Trinity Chamber Concerts with Brahms and Mozart at the Trinity Chapel.

Trinity Chamber Concerts scores bonus points in a mostly quiet week with a delicious evening of classical trios by Brahms, Mendelssohn, and Mozart. The unusual trio — clarinet, viola, and piano — comprises Tom Rose, principal clarinetist of the Music in the Mountains Festival; Darcy Rindt, former principal violist of four regional symphony orchestras; and Lynn Schugren, especially noted for premiering new works. While Mozart's Kegelstatt Trio was written for this particular instrumental combination, Brahms Trio. Op. 40 was originally scored for horn, and has been transcribed by Rose. The two Mendelssohn concert pieces originally called for clarinet, basset horn, and piano. Saturday, September 8 at Trinity Chapel, Berkeley. $12/$8.


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