Called "a band of world-class soloists [who] think, breathe and play as one," by Time Out, the internationally acclaimed Israeli Chamber Project returns to Berkeley Chamber Performances. Based in Tel Aviv and New York City, the mixed instrumental ensemble has become a major chamber music force. This concert at Berkeley City Club includes enchanting, fantastical pieces by Saint-Saëns, Bohuslav Martinu and Zohar Sharon, winner of Israel's Prime Minister's Prize. Mozart's breezy Clarinet Quartet follows, with the evening culminating in Brahms' dramatic Piano Trio No. 3. Come find out why "these players have to be heard to be believed" (American Record Guide).