Since stepping down as concertmaster of the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, the distinguished violinist Charles Haupt has been stretching his wings with a series of concerts he calls "A Musical Feast." Tuesday brings the next installment, and a varied evening it is.
Featured will be a host of talent, including guest poet Max Wickert, soprano Tony Arnold and pianist/composer Paolo Cavallone. The audience will hear new music -- David Felder's "Rocket Summer" and Cavallone's "Confini" -- as well as beautiful songs by the Romantic composer Hugo Wolf set to poetry by Goethe and Morike. Eminent violinist Charles Castleman plays a solo work by Eugene Ysaye, and the concert ends with Mendelssohn's First Piano Trio, featuring Haupt, BPO associate principal cellist Feng Hew and pianist Claudia Hoca.
The concert takes place at 8 p.m. Tuesday in Kavinoky Theatre, on the campus of D'Youville College. Admission is $25, with students $10 and seniors $20. For more information, call 829-7668.
-- Mary Kunz Goldman