The Brookhaven Friends of Music presents a Boston Symphony Orchestra Community Concert with Thomas Martin, Michael Zaretsky, and Alina Polyakov. They will perform two works for the unusual combination of clarinet, viola, and piano, an ensemble most famously used by Wolfgang Mozart in his so-called Kegelstatt Trio. The clarinet was a recently developed instrument in Mozart’s era, and the composer’s friend Anton Stadler—for whom Mozart wrote this piece as well as his Clarinet Concerto and others—was its most important proponent. The German composer and pianist Carl Reinecke was a respected, prolific composer, especially for piano. He wrote his substantial and lyrical Trio for clarinet, viola, and piano near the end of his life, in about 1903. His music lives in the same stylistic world as that of his younger countryman Johannes Brahms. Join us at 3:00 pm in the Performance Hall and streaming.