Music

Classical music in the Boston area: Critic’s picks

CHAMELEON ARTS ENSEMBLE

This dependably thoughtful chamber troupe offers a free family concert titled “Tunes, Tales and Tricksters,” with an instrument petting zoo, and works by Strauss, Mozart, Augusta Read Thomas, and many others. 2 p.m., June 2. Hyde Park Branch Library. 617-427-8200, www.chameleonarts.org

CHORUS PRO MUSICA

Betsy Burleigh leads Chorus Pro Musica and the Boston Philharmonic in Haydn’s “Creation,” with vocal soloists Mary Wilson, Zachary Wilder, and Paul Guttry. 8 p.m., June 2. Jordan Hall. 617-267-7442, www.choruspromusica.org

JEREMY EICHLER

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