I expected to hear the Shostakovich Viola Sonata at this noontime concert at Old St. Mary's, but there was an error on their calendar, & I instead heard a program of Rachmaninoff for the cello. Cellist Krisanthy Desby introduced the pieces: the short Lied, a love song by the teenaged Rachmaninoff, & the cello sonata, his last chamber work. Ms. Desby's playing was smooth & low-key. Pianist Hélène Wickett was a steady & musical accompanist. She had a brief wrestling match with the page-turner during the 1st movement. I enjoyed hearing the sonata's song-like Andante.