For live music lovers of the High Plains, this pandemic has been quite a challenge. While we are all trying to stay home and healthy, tucked away in our private spaces, our hearts grow ever fonder for the companionship and inspiration of getting lost in live performance. This Friday afternoon, arts communities to which we have grown accustomed. So this Friday afternoon, from 1:00 to 4:00 pm CT, High Plains Public Radio will present a showcase of regional classical music to quench your thirst for masterful live performances one can usually attend regularly in the Texas Panhandle. The show will feature the unmatched talent of Chamber Music Amarillo, Amarillo Master Chorale with Friends of Aeolian Skinner Opus 1024 (FASO), Harrington String Quartet, and the Amarillo Symphony. Hosted by HPPR’s Steve Johnson, this special programming includes selections from Bach, Mozart, Mendelssohn, Vivaldi, Amarillo’s own Nathan Fryml, and more. Don’t miss our regional classical showcase, this Friday during Sinfonia.