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Tag: Puget Sound Piano Trio

April
11th

UPS piano trio play Harvard and Yale composers at Second City Chamber Series, Annie Wright School

The Puget Sound Piano Trio. Courtesy photo.

Classical music makes you smarter – and if you don’t believe that, come to the Second City Chamber Music concert this Friday night and listen for yourself. On the program are works by Charles Ives, Leonard Bernstein, Irving Fine and Horatio Parker, all affiliated with either Harvard or Yale universities, and all fine American composers. Playing their music will be the Puget Sound Piano Trio, a product of our own little ivied institution here in Tacoma.

Bernstein, who only died in 1990, is probably the best known of the four: a Harvard graduate, world-famous conductor and composer of some of opera and Broadway’s best-loved music, including “West Side Story.” Read more »

Sep.
23rd

Critic’s Picks: “Late Nite Catechism” at Centerstage Federal Way, the Puget Sound Piano Trio at UPS,Gjertrud Schnackenberg at PLU and nature glass art at Traver

Centerstage Theatre teaches us a “Late Nite Catechism”

“Late Nite Catechism,” the nun-based stand-up comedy and longest-running show in Seattle history comes to Centerstage Theatre, with Nonie Newton-Breen as the ruler-wielding Sister. Opens 8 p.m. tonight, then 8 p.m. Friday-Saturday, 2 p.m. Saturday-Sunday through Oct. 9. $27.50/$22.50/$12.50. 3200 SW Dash Point Rd., Federal Way. 253-661-1444, www.centerstagetheatre.com

 

Puget Sound Piano Trio plays 20th-century chamber music

Contemporary American composers Carter Pann, Bright Sheng, Marilyn Schrude and Paul Schoenfeld will be on the program for the Puget Sound Piano Trio (Duane Hulbert, piano; Maria Sampen, violin; David Requiro, cello) this weekend at

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March
28th

Puget Sound Piano Trio back again with impressive skill

I attended the formal debut-again concert of the Puget Sound piano trio last Friday not quite knowing what to expect. The trio is a resurrected version of that which used to play regularly at the University of Puget Sound, and two of the players – the late Ed Seferian on violin and the recently retired Cordelia Wikarski-Miedel on cello – have just been replaced by violinist Maria Sampen, who filled Seferian’s position as associate violin professor, and cellist David Requiro, made artist-in-residence last August. Pianist Duane Hulbert is the sole continuing member. It’s a good and vital thing for

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