Classical music review

Friends of Chamber Music leads off new year with stellar Brahms


South Florida Classical Review

A stellar trio of musicians came together for Friends of Chamber Music of Miami to explore music from the very beginning and the very end of Johannes Brahms’ career.

Taking the stage at the University of Miami’s Gusman Hall on Sunday were the violist Roberto Diaz, president of the prestigious Curtis Institute of Music; Ricardo Morales, principal clarinet of the Philadelphia Orchestra; and Joseph Kalichstein, pianist of the renowned Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio.

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