Dubbed the “most consistently satisfying chamber-music series in New York” by The New York Times, the Metropolitan Museum Artists in Concert celebrates its decade-long run with a string-trio performance led by artistic director and cellist Edward Arron. Violinist Colin Jacobsen and violist Nicholas Cords join Arron for the program, which includes Bohemian-Austrian composer Heinrich Biber’s Passacaglia in G Minor for solo violin. Biber penned the work as the finale to his famed Rosary Sonatas. The ensemble also takes on Dmitri Sitkovetsky’s arrangement of Bach’s Goldberg Variations for string trio. Plus, your ticket includes admission to the museum on the day of the event.