The Pianist Andreas Boyde combined Brahms’ Sieben Fantasien, Op. 116 with Schönberg’s Sechs Klavierstücke in alternating order. In addition to Schönberg’s affinity for Brahms, this juxtaposition revealed more and more interaction and appeal, leading to an osmosis of the pieces. The reflective, gently lyrical passages were beautiful. Enthusiastic applause for an intelligent musicological experiment.