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Alias Chamber Ensemble 

When: Sat., March 3, 8 p.m. 2012
Price: $12, $5 for students
Now in its 10th season, Nashville's all-volunteer Alias Chamber Ensemble has emerged onto the national stage, garnering a Grammy nomination for its debut release last year. Its winter concert features the world premiere of Kenji Bunch's “26.2” for string quartet and French horn, written especially for inclusion on the group's upcoming Delos album of Bunch's chamber music. “26.2” features the Nashville Symphony's well-loved principal hornist Leslie Norton, who will also team with composer-percussionist Christopher Norton for his 2009 duet “Open Door, Peninsula Field.” The program also includes a harp-violin duet by Bunch, recent works by Kevin Keller and Stevan Tickmayer, and Debussy's wonderful late Sonata for Cello and Piano. As always, Alias' eclectic offering benefits a local charity — this time the long-established King's Daughters Child Development Center in Madison.


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