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The Chamber Music Society of Fort Worth is offering a concert performed by world-class artists on Saturday, Sept. 12, 2020, at 2 p.m.
Tune in at 1:30 p.m. for the pre-concert conversation with Laurie Shulman and Gary Levinson.
 To add to your fun, invite a few friends, or a lot of friends, to join you, separately, for an afternoon of music and conversation, virtually, the society said in a news release.
On the day of the concert:
Go to https://www.cmsfw.org/

www.cmsfw.orgA description of the programs and performers appearing during the Chamber Music Society of Fort Worth’s 2020-2021 Concert Series.www.cmsfw.org

Scroll to the description of the scheduled concert
Click on the “View & Listen” button

The program:
Antonin Dvořák — Slavonic Dance No. 2
Johannes Brahms — Hungarian Dance No. 5    
Antonin Dvořák — Piano Quintet No. 2, Op. 81

The artists:
Baya Kakouberi, piano
Gary Levinson, violin
Aaron Boyd, violin
Dmitry Kustanovich, viola
Allan Steele, cello
– FWBP Staff

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