Enjoy an evening of classical music, proudly sponsored by the Arcadia Public Library Foundation.
The influence of Hungarian and gypsy music fills Brahms' G minor Piano Quartet with great excitement. The life of legendary pianist Byron Janis and his valiant fight against his physical disabilities, as told in his recent autobiography, Chopin and Beyond, will also be discussed.
Musicians: Paul Stein, violin; Aaron Oltman, viola; Mark Robson, piano; and John Walz, cello.
After the concert, you are cordially invited to meet and speak with the musicians.
No reservations necessary. Admission is free. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Seating is limited to the first 150 people.