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As festival shifts gears, Bergonzi Quartet does justice to Mozart and Sibelius


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The Mainly Mozart Festival concludes at 3 p.m. Sunday at the University of Miami’s Gusman Concert Hall with pianist Marina Radiushina, violinist Eli Matthews and cellist Joshua Roman in works by Mozart, Schnittke, Part, Janacek, Falla and Piazzolla and members of Miami City Ballet in choreography by Adriana Pierce to music by Schoenfield. Tickets are $20; 786-469-2251,

South Florida Classical Review

Change is in the air for the Mainly Mozart Festival, and in many ways, Sunday’s program at the Coral Gables Museum marked the end of an era. The Bergonzi String Quartet, which has been a festival mainstay from its very first outing, was joined by clarinetist Margaret Donaghue Flavin in tribute to the series’ namesake with a warmly sonorous performance of the Clarinet Quintet in A Major.

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