Music

Critic’s picks: Classical music

Christian Steiner

CHAMBER MUSIC

The Borromeo Quartet (pictured) is joined by violist Roger Tapping on a free First Monday program that includes works by Mozart, Bartok, and Dvorak (March 4, Jordan Hall,
necmusic.edu/first-monday
); the Chiara Quartet plays Debussy, Ravel, and Dutilleux at Harvard’s Paine Hall (March 8, free but passes are required, www.chiaraquartet.com); and the Boston Symphony Chamber Players return to Jordan Hall with music by Dvorak, Mozart, and Schulhoff (March 10, www.bso.org).

BOSTON BAROQUE

Martin Pearlman leads a program titled “De Profundis,” featuring music of Bach alongside Carissimi’s “Jephte” and Charpentier’s “Missa Assumpta est Maria.” March 8 and 9. Jordan Hall. 617-987-8600, www.bostonbaroque.org JEREMY EICHLER

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