Aug
17
to Aug 25

Merz Trio: Lake Champlain Chamber Music Festival, Burlington, VT

Join Merz Trio in Burlington , VT for concerts as guest artists of Artistic Directors Soovin Kim and Gloria Chien’s Lake Champlain Chamber Music Festival.

Merz Trio’s featured recital of Johannes Maria Staud’s 10 Miniatures and Brahms Piano Trio in B-major, Op. 8 will take place on Saturday afternoon August 25.

Concerts and information available at http://www.lccmf.org/

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Jun
17
to Jun 21

Merz Trio: Artists in Residence at C’est Bon, Los Altos, CA

Merz Trio is thrilled to join as Trio in Residence for the 2019 C’est Bon Chamber Music Academy in Los Altos, CA.

“C'est Bon Chamber Music Academy is a week-long chamber music program created by a group of the San Francisco Bay Area's leading music teachers in 2009 to provide chamber music training for pre-college musicians.”

https://www.cestbonchambermusic.org/music-appreciation/

Stay tuned for details on Merz Trio’s Academy recital.

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Feb
20
6:00 PM18:00

Merz Trio: Kennedy Center, Terrace Theatre, DC

Merz Trio is highlighted in performance as a part of the Conservatory Project in the Kennedy Center’s Terrace Theatre.

More information here

“The Conservatory Project is an initiative designed to present young musical artists in classical, jazz, musical theater, opera, and more from our nation’s leading undergraduate and graduate conservatories, colleges, and universities in performance at the Kennedy Center.

”Free general admission tickets—up to two per person—will be distributed in the States Gallery, beginning at 5 p.m.”

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Merz Trio Presents: Macbeth
Dec
7
8:00 PM20:00

Merz Trio Presents: Macbeth

Following concerts with visual artists, novelists and chefs, Merz Trio finishes its first season with its most ambitious cross-disciplinary concert experience to date:

MACBETH

Merz Trio reimagines Shakespeare's play as a theatrical, immersive concert experience. This through-performed show brings together passages from the play with a program of music that recreates the haunting, brooding atmosphere of the original drama. Dance soloist Caroline Copeland lends her talents to a program that interweaves music, text, movement, narrative, and more. Featuring trios of Beethoven, Brahms, Schumann and Charlotte Bray, as well as arrangements of works of Haydn, Verdi, and Shostakovich.

Stay tuned for more details.

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