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CLASSICAL | 'Strings At The Strath' 

The Society for Chamber Music in Rochester will offer classical music fans a superbly balanced mix of compositional legends and 20th and 21st century composers this Sunday as part of its "Strings at the Strath" concert. Members of the RPO will join the Eastman-Hanson Chamber Players and others in a program that provides the familiar — a Mozart duo for violin and viola as well as Brahms' first string quartet — with the decidedly less familiar: 20th century American composer Walter Piston's "Duo for Viola and Cello," and "Xeletis Xkwechech," written by high school student and composer Jonah Murphy for string quartet and sine wave.

"Strings at the Strath" takes place Sunday, October 15, in the CityView Ballroom at the Strathallan Hotel, 550 East Avenue. 4 p.m. $35; free for students with ID. 624-1301; chambermusicrochester.org.

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