I am very excited about Trio Harmonia's full debut recital tomorrow evening at Indiana Wesleyan University! I find there to be something very special about playing with Mihoko Watanabe and Jooyoung Kim-- it must be the blend of our sounds and personalities and maybe even a little magic thrown in, but it's really one of the most fulfilling and rewarding combinations with which I've had the pleasure of playing.
It's a great program-- mostly French impressionist music, with a really gorgeous CPE Bach Trio thrown in. Here's a snippet from our rehearsal the other day. This is a trio by Phillipe Gaubert, originally for flute, violin, and piano. I did a bunch of editing last semester, and am very happy with the viola transcription of the violin part. If you didn't know it was originally for violin, I bet you'd think Gaubert was a genius for putting this combination of voices together! :)
Please join us tomorrow evening at 7:30 PM in Baker Recital Hall (located in the Phillippe Performing Arts Center) on the campus of Indiana Wesleyan University, in Marion. The concert is free and open to the public.
P.S. The Bridge songs went very well at Meryl Mantione's recital yesterday. It was a really spectacular concert, and I was very proud to be a part of it. Thank you Meryl!