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Tonight's Cleveland debut of the Dali Quartet is a rarity in classical music: a performance by an all-Latino string ensemble. "We bring a different flavor," says cellist Daniel Pereira. Tonight's program focuses on music from Central and South America — regions most string quartets overlook in favor of European classics. Instead of Mozart, listen for such pieces as Astor Piazolla's "Four, for Tango" and a new work based on Dante's Divine Comedy. "The music offers so many colors, effects, and atmospheres," says Pereira.
Mon., Oct. 23, 8 p.m.

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