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Brahms on the Bluff Series Concludes with The Final Four

The Mary Pappert School of Music will kick off The Final Four, the third and final season of its Brahms on the Bluff series at Duquesne University, with the concert, “Dual-ing” Pianos.

This performance will feature Variations on a Theme of Haydn for two pianos, op. 56B; Two-piano Sonata, op. 34B; and Horn Trio, op. 40.
Performers include:
William Caballero, French horn; Pappert School of Music and principal, Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
Cynthia Raim, piano; soloist and winner of the Three Rivers Piano Competition
Charles Stegeman, violin; chair of Strings, Pappert School of Music
David Allen Wehr, piano; Jack W. Geltz Distinguished Piano Chair, Pappert School of Music

A special pre-concert program will be held, featuring Ann Labounsky, chair of organ and sacred music, performing the Eleven Chorale Preludes, op. 122. A complimentary reception will follow the performance.

A $10 donation is suggested. Call 412.396.4632 for more information.

WHEN: Sunday, Sept. 23, 2:15 p.m. pre-concert program, 3 p.m. concert

WHERE: PNC Recital Hall, Mary Pappert School of Music, Duquesne University, 600 Forbes Avenue

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