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David Trio returning to Chamber series


A returning favorite will highlight the next Chamber Music in Yellow Springs concert following an unfortunate cancellation last year.

The David Trio, which won the 2005 Competition for Emerging Professional Ensembles, scheduled to play in last year’s season of champions, will perform at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 23 at First Presbyterian Church.

“The booking committee was excited to invite them back to Yellow Springs last year for our ‘season of winners’ but unfortunately they had visa troubles so we found a different winner to replace them. We’re looking forward to hosting them this year,” said Angela Brintlinger, Chamber Music in Yellow Springs publicity chair.

Trio members Claudio Trovajoli on piano, Andrej Bielow on violin and David Cohen on cello will play Arensky’s “Op. 32,” Schubert’s “Notturno” and the Tchaikovsky “Piano Trio in A minor, Op. 50.”

The David Trio has an intense concert schedule with performances across the world, including Europe and South America.

A pre-concert lecture to help familiarize audiences with the music will begin the evening at 6:45 p.m. Attendees are encouraged to be seated no later than 7:15.

Brintlinger said it is unusual for the series to have two concerts in a month, but necessary when working with the tours and agents of the groups selected. There will be a long gap in the series, until January 29, 2017 when the Calmus Ensemble, a vocal quintet from Leipzig will play.

Short season tickets for this and the season’s final three concerts are now available for $80.

Contact this contributing writer at bturner004@woh.rr.com.



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