Violinist Christian Tetzlaff performs Bach's Solo Sonatas and Partitas to open the 75th anniversary of the Cincinnati Chamber Music Society, 4 p.m., Memorial Hall, Over-the-Rhine. Tickets: $40; $20 students; includes dinner. (513) 522-2652 or www.cincychamber.org.
Fellowship of the Viol, Fantasy for Five, Catacoustic Consort, Annalisa Pappano, director. 4 p.m,, St. George's Episcopal Church, Dayton. Music for five viola da gamba players from the 16th- and 17th-centuries, including female composer Leonore Duarte and John Dowland's famous Lachrimae. $15; $7 students; 12 and under free. (513) 772-3242 or www.catacoustic.com.
Apollo's Cabinet performs 17th- and 18th-century chamber music on historical instruments in period costume. Barbara Mitchell Lambert, flauto traverso; Harold Byers, Baroque violin; Juliana Dills, cello; Nina Key, harpsichord; Rodney Stucky, arch lute and Baroque guitar. 7 p.m., St. John's Unitarian Church, Newport. Free. (859) 431-1818.
Music Live with Lunch: The Xavier Piano Trio (Norman Johns, cellist in the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Xavier faculty members Donna Buel, pianist, and Brittany MacWilliams, violinist) perform Mendelssohn's D Minor Piano Trio, 12:10 p.m., Christ Church Cathedral, downtown. Free. (513) 621-1817.
CCM Chamber Players, Rodney Winther, director. "All American Salute," with music by John Adams, Michael Daugherty and Jan Koetsier. 4 p.m., Werner Recital Hall, University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. (513) 556-4183 or www.ccm.uc.edu.
The Corbett Quartet (James Braid, Michelle Wilkison, Julian Wilkison and Norman Johns) and student quartets perform music by Schubert, Beethoven and more, 7:30 p.m., black box theater, School for Creative and Performing Arts, downtown.
Chamber Music with pianist James Tocco and the Amernet String Quartet. Music by Wolf, Brahms and Giannini. 8 p.m., Werner Recital Hall, CCM. (513) 556-4183.
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