The Blair School of Music's concert season opens promisingly with a duo recital from two of the Blair faculty's strongest players. Pianist Craig Nies and cellist Felix Wang offer a program celebrating the two-hundredth birth-year of Chopin and Schumann and the one-hundredth of Samuel Barber. Nies is a mainstay of Nashville's classical music world, and Wang's beautiful playing can be heard in both the Blair String Quartet and The Blakemore Trio. Chopin is of course known primarily for piano music, but he wrote several pieces featuring the cello, and his Cello Sonata in G-Minor is a gem of the instrument's repertoire and one of the composer's last major works, presented at his final Paris concert in 1848. Friday's program also features Barber's early, Brahms-influenced Cello Sonata and shorter works by Schumann and Chopin.