Natasha Marin and Gerald Robbins announce their classical music collaboration, which launches on Saturday, June 16 with a piano duo concert at UCLA Schoenberg Hall in Los Angeles followed by a performance on November 8 at Carnegie Weill Recital Hall in New York. The West Coast premiere showcases works by 19th-century quintessential romantic composers. The hour-long program opens with Anton Arensky (Suite Silhouetten op. 23) and Johannes Brahms (Variations on a Theme by Haydn, op. 56b). After intermission, the performance continues with Sergei Rachmaninoff (Suite No. 2 op. 17) and Camille Saint-Saëns (Variations on a Theme by Beethoven op. 35). Program and ticket information for the East Coast premiere will be released later this summer. Both concerts are produced by CauseConnect and EVFA.