Dream teams don't get much dreamier than the lineup of the newly formed Montrose Trio. Pianist Jon Kimura Parker joins violinist Martin Beaver and cellist Clive Greensmith for a program of trios by Tchaikovsky and Haydn. They'll also be joined by clarinetist Richie Hawley for the Houston premiere of Pierre Jalbert's Street Antiphons, a Da Camera commission contrasting sacred and secular music. An acclaimed veteran of the international concert stage, Parker is known for both his supreme skill and stage presence or, as one admirer put it, for combining "the technique of Vladimir Horowitz with ... the stage personality of Elton John." Equally respected are Beaver and Greensmith, alumni of the legendary Tokyo String Quartet, where they played Stradivarius instruments once owned by Paganini. Now these musicians unite as one of today's most celebrated chamber ensembles. Catch the Montrose Trio at Wortham Theater Center's Cullen Theater.