Florida Chamber Music Project will present a string quartet and a quintet in its Nov. 19 performance at the Beaches Museum Chapel at the Beaches Museum at 505 Beach Blvd., Jacksonville Beach.
Samuel Barber’s String Quartet, Opus 11 and Mozart’s String Quintet in G Minor will make up the program.
“Our audience may recognize the Barber pieces from the movies ‘Platoon’ and ‘Elephant Man,’” said Artistic Director Susan Pardue. “Like all Mozart string quintets, the String Quintet in G minor is a viola quintet which means that it is scored for a string quartet and extra viola. We will be joined by our colleague and Jacksonville native Romona Merritt on this piece.”
Prorated season tickets for the five remaining concerts are still available and cost $135. There is also a three-concert flex ticket purchase for $81. Season tickets, advance tickets and flex passes can be purchased at flchambermusic.org. Single tickets are $30. All tickets are available for purchase through Eventbrite. Single tickets are also available for purchase at the door, as are student tickets at a cost of $10.
Beaches Museum Chapel is wheelchair-accessible and has free parking along Pablo Avenue near 4th Street North of Beach Boulevard. All concerts begin at 3 p.m.
The Florida Chamber Music Project was founded 11 years ago by violist Susan Pardue. Members include violinists Patrice Evans and Ann Hertler and cellist Laurie Casseday. All are members of the Jacksonville Symphony.