Timucua rebroadcasts performance by David Bjella and Hannah Sun on Sunday

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If you're too sane to paddle out into the predicted tsunami of the winter COVID surge, well, who can blame you (save for some kook deniers)?

So, though not live, a safe concert option is Timucua's online rebroadcast of the 2019 performance by accomplished local educator-performers David Bjella, a UCF cello professor, and Hannah Sun, a Stetson professor of piano.
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  • David Bjella
The show features a classical program of Beethoven and Rachmaninoff sonatas that's sure to be heady and consuming, and the broadcast is a donation-based presentation to benefit the artists — so give what you can to make their holidays.



The online broadcast is on Sunday, Dec. 27, at 7:30 p.m. through Timucua's website.

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