Sinfonia da Camera will open its eleventh concert season on Sunday by welcoming clarinetist David Shifrin as its special guest artist. The orchestra, directed by Ian Hobson, will perform works by Franz Joseph Haydn, Stephen Albert, Carl Maria von Weber and Mozart at 7 p.m. in the Foellinger Great Hall of the Krannert Center for the Performing Arts. Shifrin, a Yale University professor, is artistic director of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center in New York and Chamber Music Northwest of Portland, Ore. The soloist will perform two concertos with Sinfonia: Weber's Clarinet Concerto No.2 and Albert's "Wind Canticle," written for Shifrin and was described as an expressive "15-minute vocal aria" following its premiere with the Philadelphia Orchestra in 1991. Hobson opens the concert with Haydn's Symphony No. 93, the first of a group of a dozen symphonies called "The London Symphonies." Hobson will conduct all 12 over the next four Sinfonia da Camera concert seasons. The final work of the evening is a symphony by Mozart, the "Paris Symphony," Symphony No. 31.