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CLASSICAL | "Haunted House Music" 

The musical shivers will keep coming a few days after Halloween, courtesy of the Society for Chamber Music in Rochester's concert of "Haunted House Music" on Sunday, November 2, at Hochstein Performance Hall. The program includes two of the best-known scary pieces in classical music: Tartini's "The Devil's Trill" Sonata for violin, played by Juliana Athayde; and Saint-Saëns' "Danse Macabre," played on two pianos by Joseph Werner and Michael Landrum. Athayde will be joined by violist Phillip Ying, bassist Colin Corner, oboist Erik Behr, and clarinetist William Amsell for two quintets — one by Sergei Prokofiev and the other by American composer Dave Anderson — with the same unusual (if definitely not scary) instrumentation.

Society for Chamber Music in Rochester presents "Haunted House Music" on Sunday, November 2, at Hochstein Performance Hall, 50 South Plymouth Avenue. 7:30 p.m. 377-6770,


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