The Palm Beach Chamber Music Festival has long been well-known for its programming of rarely heard but interesting pieces, and this year’s concerts, which begin tonight at Palm Beach Atlantic University’s Persson Hall, have a healthy helping of the unusual.
The festival, which consists of four consecutive three-day weekends in three different venues, will feature ensembles from duos to trios, quintets, sextets and dectets (though no quartets), and include music by canonical composers such as Beethoven, Mozart, Brahms and Dvorak.
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