The Kamloops Symphony’s next concert is the Sun Rivers Trio performing as part of our Chamber Music Series. The concert features Mozart’s Trio in E-flat Major, also known as the Kegelstatt Trio, one of the earliest chamber works to include the relatively newly invented clarinet. The program then moves from the 18th century into the 20th century, with wonderfully varied works for clarinet, violin and piano. Danish composer John Amberg’s Fantasiestücke, influenced by Robert Schumann’s German Romantic style, is a rarely heard gem of the chamber music repertoire. American composer Alan Hovhaness’ Lake Samish is a calm, gentle work, evocative of the peaceful lake near Seattle the piece is named after. Armenian composer Alexander Arutiunian’s Suite for clarinet, violin, and piano presents an accessible style, with colourful, folk-like and melodic elements.
The Sun Rivers Trio is Sally Arai, clarinet; Cvetozar Vutev, violin; and Naomi Cloutier, piano.
This concert will take place on Saturday, February 25, 2017 at 7:30 pm in the Thompson Rivers University Alumni Theatre.
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