Natalia Lavrova and Vassily Primakov formed their Duo in 2012. Their program will feature the premiere of new works by the rising young South African composer Braam van Eeden, who will be present at the concert. Also to be performed are Arensky’s Twelve Pieces, op.66 and Rachmaninoff’s Six Morceaux, op. 11. Piano is a fine re-built 1925 Steinway D. Reception following concert. Suggested donation for open-seating is $15/adults; $12/students & seniors; and children under 12 are free.