Sunday, December 4, 2022 - 3:00 PM
This edgy trio comprised of three of this generation’s most exciting young musicians makes its highly-anticipated debut. Each making his own profound impact on the music world, together they were hailed by the Boston Globe as “throwing themselves into repertoire they clearly love. This trio is onto something.”
John Zorn: Ghosts
Ives: Piano Trio
Ravel: Trio in A minor
Sponsored by Ellen-Deane Cummins
General Admission seating – doors open 45 minutes before concert.
All kids and college students admitted free at door.
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Three visionary next-generation artists combine internationally recognized talents in the eclectic new ensemble, Junction Trio. The Trio has performed at Washington Performing Arts, Portland Ovations, Rockport Music, Chautauqua Institution, Royal Conservatory in Toronto, and the Aspen Music Festival.
Last season, the Junction Trio gives performances in Rockport, Moab, New Orleans, Key West, Eugene, Shriver Hall in Baltimore, at Duke Performances and Cliburn Concerts in Ft. Worth. The Junction Trio was selected by New York’s classical music radio station, WQXR, to be part of their inaugural Artist Propulsion Lab, which allowed them to engage collaborators and commission works. The opportunity also allows them to take advantage of WQXR’s various outlets to reach audiences via Greene Space performances, on-air curation opportunities, and more.
In the 2020-2021 season, live and virtual performances were presented by Caramoor, Harvard Musical Association, Corpus Christi, Cleveland, and Philadelphia Chamber Music Societies, Syracuse Friends of Chamber Music, and Emory University. Highlights of the 2019-2020 season included debuts at the Orange County Philharmonic Society and BIG ARTS Sanibel.
Admired for combining poetic interpretation with impeccable technique, violinist Stefan Jackiw joins cellist Jay Campbell and pianist and composer Conrad Tao, whom the New York Times has called a musician of “probing intellect and open-hearted vision.” Campbell, too, has been praised by the New York Times as “electrifying,” approaching old and new works with the same curiosity and emotional commitment while Jackiw has been celebrated for his “remarkable purity of tone.”