The chamber music society will appear for its “Isn’t it Romantic” performance at 4 p.m. Sunday February 13 at the Rock Spring Congregational Church at 5010 Little Falls Road in Arlington.
They’ll be performing a quartet of numbers, including “Liebeslied and Liebesfreund” by Fritz Kreisler, “Aeolian Harp” Etude and Ballade No. 3 in Ab by Chopin and “Piano Trio No. 1” by Brahms.
The music will be romantic, with flutes, strings and piano, according to IBIS.
Free street parking will be available for the performance.
IBIS was formed in Florida but now calls Arlington home.
Members of the seven-person group work with the likes of the Boston POPS Esplanade Orchestra and the Kennedy Center Opera House.
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