"If Music Be the Food …," then this event is delicious. Expect some exquisite chamber music, with cellist and USF music professor Scott Kluksdahl, Florida Orchestra principal clarinet Brian Moorhead, renowned pianist Rebecca Penneys (who runs a piano festival at USF), director of piano studies at University of Tampa Grigorios Zamparas and vocalist Jerald Reynolds, also with UT. On the program this weekend is Brahms' Clarinet Trio in A minor as well as his Liebeslieder Waltzes and Mendelssohn's Variations Sérieuses. This is the second of an annual series of concerts that aims to gather food, raise money and promote awareness for Tampa Bay Harvest. All they ask as the price of admission is nonperishable food items or cash donations, which will go entirely toward the cause of hunger in the bay area. The concert is at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Carrollwood Cultural Center, 4537 Lowell Road, Tampa.
Top classical musicians combine for 'If Music Be the Food...'
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