This weekend, their performance will highlight the works of three composers with strong popular appeal; Schubert, Moravec, and Tchaikovsky. Both Schubert and Tchaikovsky are perhaps best known for their larger works including the latter's "1812 Overture" that has been recorded by several of the world's best symphony orchestras with cannons firing as the piece nears its conclusion. But by design chamber music is composed with a more intimate setting in mind, allowing the clarity of each note and melody to be clearly heard.
"The Troy Music Hall setting is ideal for this type of music," Ursula MacAffer, Troy Chromatic's publicity chair said.
Tickets for Saturday's concert can be purchased at the Troy Savings Bank Music Hall's Box Office before the 8 p.m. show. For information on Trio Solisti's appearance or Troy Chromatics season tickets, call 273-0038.""