Portland Piano Trio will perform at noon on October 10 at the Farnsworth.
Portland Piano Trio will perform at noon on October 10 at the Farnsworth.
Bay Chamber Concerts’ monthly Music@Noon series resumes on Wednesday, October 10, with the Portland Piano Trio. Presented in partnership with the Farnsworth Art Museum, the hour-long concerts begin at noon in the Farnsworth’s library in downtown Rockland.

Portland Piano Trio was formed in 2016 by pianist Anastasia Antonacos, violinist Tracey Jasas-Hardel and cellist Benjamin Noyes. The trio (shown here) will perform a “Lunchtime in Paris” concert with works by composers connected with the City of Light — Chausson, Turina and a contemporary work by Kaija Saariaho, “Light and Matter.”

The series continues on Wednesday, November 14, with Orlando Cela on flute and George Lopez on piano in a program that will include J. S. Bach’s Sonata in G minor BWV 1020, “Deux Piéces Fugitives” Op. 15 by Clara Schumann, Samuel Barber’s “Canzona” and Philippe Gaubert’s Flute Sonata No. 1. The Anderson Twins will perform Wednesday, January 9, in an eclectic crossover program called “Jazz Meets Classical.” On Wednesday, February 13, Aleksandra Labinska on violin, Kett Chuan Lee on cello and Inês Andrade on piano will present a romantic program including works by Tchaikovsky, Bartok, Debussy and others.

On Wednesday, March 13, the series concludes with a program by Edoardo Carpenedo on piano and Tudor Dornescu on violin. The duo will perform Beethoven Violin Sonata No. 5 in F Major, “Spring” Op. 24, along with works by Schumann, Brahms and Fritz Kreisler.

Tickets for each Music@Noon concert are $30 for adults and $10 for those under age 25. Each ticket includes lunch from Atlantic Baking Co. and access to the museum afterward. Tickets for all five concerts are $120 — five concerts for the price of four. For more information or to buy tickets, visit baychamberconcerts.org or call 236-2823.