On Oct. 17, Steel City is hosting the Immaculata Chamber Players from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m.
Roman Pawlowski will emcee the afternoon.
In addition to oboe and English horn performances, "Mad about Flutes" and "Quintessence" will also be included.
The musical selections will include pieces from Eugene Bozza, Kaspar Kummer and Farcos Ferenc.
"Shepherds of Provence" by Bozza will be performed by Kristen Bray on oboe and Gary Walter on English horn.
Kummer's "Trio in G Major Op. 24" will feature MAD about Flutes, including Marilyn Lutz, April Anthony and Dale Krauchick.
Ferenc's "Early Hungarian Dances of the 17th Century" will be performed by an ensemble called Quintessence, including: Krauchick, flute; Amanda Webster, oboe; Cindy Hoopes, clarinet; Perry Habecker, bassoon; and Karen Thompson, horn.
Music begins at 12:30 p.m., with allotted breaks for refreshment refills.
Steel City Coffee House serves from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sundays, and patrons are encouraged to come early to minimize sound interruptions from purchases.
"We're always excited to have them here. It's good for business," Steel City's Karen Leet said.