Journalistic evenhandedness usually precludes me from hyping events before I publish my previews in the Erie Times, but I canâ€™t hide my delight at the program next Sunday afternoon at Mercyhurst Collegeâ€™s Walker Recital Hall. Trio Solisti (Maria Bachmann, violin; Alexis Pia Gerlach, cello and Jon Klibonoff, piano) will be joined by the extraordinary clarinetist David Krakauer for a program that will include Paul Moravecâ€™s Pulitzer Prize-winning, Tempest Fantasy. Iâ€™ve long been a fan of Krakauerâ€™s wildly imaginative klezmer mash-ups (Iâ€™m listening to the latest, Bubbemeises â€“ Lies My Grandma Told Me, as I type this), but heâ€™s also a serious and accomplished concert music player. In the Moravec, he and his mates have a terrific piece to tackle. Itâ€™s music by a living composer that can stand with the dead masters for juicy melodies and compelling emotion and match them phrase for phrase. Anyone interested in how concert music can remain a vivid and engaging art form in the 21st century can hear the answer next Sunday. And right here in Erie!