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Constella Trio at Hebrew Union College Sunday, October 7

Cincinnati has long had a classical music scene that’s disproportionate to its size, and the recent addition of the Constella Festival only adds more depth and variety to what is already an embarrassment of riches. At 2 pm Sunday, October 7 the Constella Trio will perform works by the American composers Philip Lasser, Samuel Barber and Aaron Copeland. The trio of Tatiana Berman, Yael Senamaud and Ilya Finkelshteyn will feature Julie Spangler on piano, and the performance will take place at the Scheurer Chapel at Hebrew Union College.  The concert is free, and the opportunity to hear Twentieth Century chamber music on a Sunday afternoon sounds sweet. It’s also an opportunity to find out more about the Constella Festival, whose website can fill you in on some of their other upcoming events:

Here’s the program for Sunday’s “Chamber Music by American Composers”

Phillip Lasser: the unwanted blues for violin and piano

Samuel Barber; cello sonata Op. 6:
1. Allegro ma non troppo
2. Adagio
3. Adagio appassionata

Aaron Copland: Piano quartet
1. Adgio serio
2. Allegro giusto
3. Non troppo lento