Fall out boys and girls

By SAM PFEIFLE  |  September 12, 2007

Finally, let me draw some attention to a cool classical show you can catch if Sontiago and Kate Schrock don’t do if for you. On September 28 the USM School of Music sponsors a show with the BAYSIDE TRIO, which features Anastasia Antonacos on piano, Nicole Rabata on flute, and Ani Kalayjian on cello, playing works by composers from the United States, Argentina, Austria, and Bohemia.

Everything about that sounds worldly and intellectually satisfying, something you could say for much of what’s happening this fall on the local music front.

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