Musical masters from four institutions — University of South Alabama piano professor Robert Holm; University of Alabama violin professor Jenny Gregoire; University of Illinois viola professor Rudolf Haken and University of Southern Mississippi cello professor Alexander Russakovsky — combine efforts to bring a breathtaking exhibition of emotive skill to life for Mobilians.

Dubbing themselves the Tri-State Piano Quartet, the ensemble will bring to life Czech composer Bohuslav Martinu’s First Piano Quartet, a work in three movements showing the burgeoning influence of American sounds on his art not long after his arrival in 1941. Following intermission, the quartet will perform After intermission, the quartet will play Brahms’ Second Piano Quartet in A major, op. 26, a large-scale work that builds intensity over four movements until its concluding “Hungarian Dance.”

Admission is $8 $5 for USA students/faculty/staff/seniors/youth under 18. No advance sales and cash or check only.

For more information, call 251-460-7116.