The National Chamber Ensemble will close out its 2021-22 season with works by Mozart and Mendelssohn on Saturday, May 21 at 7:30 p.m. at Gunston Arts Center Theatre I, 2700 South Lang St.
The event will feature guest performers Uri Wassertzug (viola) of the Washington National Opera and piano virtuoso Carlos Cesar Rodriguez joining artistic director Leo Suchansky (violin) and Steven Honigberg (cello).
“The National Chamber Ensemble has not presented the second Piano Quartet by Mozart or the second Piano Quartet by Mendelssohn before, so we are really excited to bring them to a live audience,” Sushansky said.
The concert will wrap up a season that saw the organization return to in-person concerts following the initial blast of the pandemic.
“It’s been especially meaningful during challenging times to continue bringing the best of the classics and to offer a place for music lovers to come unwind and enjoy musicians who are at their best sharing their art,” said Sushansky.
Tickets are $36 for adults, $18 for students. Attendees also will receive a Web link to view a filmed version of the concert.
For information, see the Website at www.nationalchamberensemble.org.