Chamber Music on the Hill, in residence at McDaniel College, presents “The Morpheus Trio” with Kyle Engler, mezzo-soprano, Daniel Lau, piano, and Larry Williams, horn. The concert will take place Sunday, March 10 at 3:00 p.m. in The Forum, located in Decker College Center.
The Morpheus Trio is a group dedicated to bringing the freshness and visceral synergy of music for voice, piano, and horn to audiences throughout and beyond the Mid-Atlantic region. Displaying unequalled virtuosity, the group's performances combine the power of opera with the intimacy of chamber music, charming seasoned enthusiasts, classical newcomers, and composers alike.
Mezzo-soprano Kyle Engler has been praised for her extreme versatility in opera, oratorio, and chamber music. An advocate of contemporary chamber music, Ms. Engler has collaborated with the Ravel Trio, the Morpheus Trio, the New Horizons Chamber Ensemble, and celebrated pianist Andre Watts. Ms. Engler is currently the Director of Vocal Studies at McDaniel College and also teaches voice at Towson University.
Pianist Daniel Lau has received enthusiastic press notices for both his solo and chamber performances. He has appeared in recitals and with orchestras throughout North America and Europe and collaborates frequently with singers. He has taught at the Pennsylvania Academy of Music, the College of Notre Dame of Maryland and is currently Assistant Professor of Music at Washington Adventist University.
Larry Williams has distinguished himself as a multifaceted musician. Williams is currently Artistic Director/Principal Horn of The Black Pearl Chamber Orchestra and member of The Philadelphia Big Brass and Lyric Brass Quintet. He has performed and toured with jazz and popular music greats including Ray Charles, Arturo Sandoval, and Frank Sinatra.
The concert will include "Auf dem Strom" by Franz Schubert and "The Peace of Wild Things" by contemporary composer and Native American flutist Ron Warren.
Tickets, which will be available at the door before the concert, are $15 for adults and $10 for seniors and veterans. Children and students with valid ID admitted free.
Sunday, March 10, 2013 at 3:00pm