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Free Music @ Main & More Concerts in November

Tuesday, Nov. 4, 7 p.m. – Emergence Student Concert Join us for an evening of chamber music performed by the talented student musicians from the University of North Florida. Ensembles include a flute quartet with music of Mozart, a Brahms piano quartet, violin sonatas featuring works of Beethoven and Franck, and clarinet pieces.

Sunday, Nov. 9, 3 p.m. – Intermezzo Sunday Concert The Vivace Trio specializes in celebrated show pieces from the Baroque, Classical and Romantic periods. Pianist Denise Wright joins flutists Gia Sastre and Carolyn Snyder-Menke for an afternoon of music by Vivaldi, Cimarosa, Doppler and Delibes.

Tuesday, Nov. 18, 7 p.m. – Tuesday Serenade

TGIF, Navy Band Southeast's brass band, boasts a long tradition of feel-good music throughout the Southeast. The high energy ensemble promises a toe tapping, hand clapping smile-fest that is sure to brighten your evening!

Wednesday, Nov. 19, 7:30 p.m. – Ritz Chamber Players Brahms Sonic Splendor In a proud partnership with the Jacksonville Public Library and in a continuing effort to bring more concerts to the community, the Ritz Chamber Players commence their 13th season at the Main Library. Their opening concert will feature the Brahms Piano Trio in B major, Op. 8, Brahms’ first major work to be heard in America. Often delineated as “autumnal” by critics and musicologists, the Trio is melancholy and introspective, its expansive melodies rendered even more comely by an underlying sense of emotional anguish. Given the conditions under which this piece was composed, the sense of unrest is all the more poignant. The concert is free, however reservations are required. Please look for more Ritz Chamber concerts at the library.

All concerts are in the Hicks Auditorium at the Main Library. For more information about Music @ Main concerts, please visit Free evening and weekend parking is available in the public garage at Duval and Main. Bring your ticket into the library for validation.

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