Even though the Quint Art Quintet at full force comprises of the instruments typical of the piano quintet — two violins, viola, cello, and piano — it often is heard in smaller formations. So that it has documented Schumann’s Piano Quintet, but also performed Prokofiev’s Sonata for just two violins, Op. 56. Its founders, Alexander Nikolaev and Mikhail Zatin, discover this versatility as chance. It enables the quintet to try out a much wider variance of music, from a wider span of time, than if it trapped to simply piano quintets. Its shows, therefore, are refreshing and diverse, and its own audiences will probably hear not only the music they currently like, but different things as well.