If you’re feeling more Debussy than Dead Kennedys, consider gathering together family and friends for a spiritually uplifting morning of classical music and poetry at Chatter. On Sunday, March 2, clarinetist James T. Shields and pianist Judith Gordon perform Claude Debussy’s “Première rhapsodie (First Rhapsody),” Erik Satie’s 3 Gymnopédies (arranged for clarinet and piano by Shields and Gordon) and Francis Poulenc's “Sonata for clarinet and piano in B-flat.” San Diego native Daniel Berger recently spent six years in Berlin teaching English, but his time is now occupied by pursuit of an MFA in creative writing at UNM and working toward earning his private pilot's license. He's writing a memoir at the moment and will capably provide the literary aspect of this week’s Chatter. Glorious strains of human expression begin emanating from within The Kosmos (1715 Fifth Street NW) at 10:30am, but arriving early to chug down gratis espresso and secure tickets is recommended. Admission to this all-ages event ranges from $9 to $15 for adults, and children get in for a fiver.