The concert will feature works including Dohnányi's Harp Concertino, op. 45 and Béla Bartók's Contrasts for Violin, Clarinet and Piano.
Among the performers are violinist Charles Stegeman; harpist Gretchen Van Hoesen; Randolph Kelly, principal viola for the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra (PSO); David Premo, associate principal cello for the PSO; and David Allen Wehr, the Jack W. Geltz Distinguished Piano Chair and artistic director of the concert series.
The Budapest on the Bluff series focuses on renowned Hungarian composers and works inspired by Hungarian and Gypsy folk music.
When: Monday, Nov. 26, at 7:30 p.m.
Where: PNC Recital Hall, Mary Pappert School of Music, Duquesne University, 600 Forbes Ave., Pittsburgh.
Information: Suggested donation: $10. For more information, call the music school at 412.396.6083 or visit www.duq.edu/music.
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