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.