Maybe classical music can be performed, consumed and shared in a new way. That's the thought behind Chamber Brews, the brainchild of Elisabeth Jeremica and Devin Copfer. This inaugural program will feature classical chamber repertoire performed in an informal setting. Performers will engage with the audience about the pieces, about the performance, about the tradition and where it might go, "changing the conversation around classical music," Copfer said. "We're going to perform and talk Mozart."

Maybe classical music can be performed, consumed and shared in a new way. That's the thought behind Chamber Brews, the brainchild of Elisabeth Jeremica and Devin Copfer. This inaugural program will feature classical chamber repertoire performed in an informal setting. Performers will engage with the audience about the pieces, about the performance, about the tradition and where it might go, "changing the conversation around classical music," Copfer said. "We're going to perform and talk Mozart."