McDaniel College’s Monday Night Music series will present Trio Giocoso with Nicholas Currie, violin, Adam Gonzalez, cello, and Diana Greene, piano, on Monday, October 23 at 7:00 p.m. The concert, which will take place in McDaniel Lounge, will feature Trio in C Major, K. 54 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Trio No. 2 in e minor, Op. 33 by Carl Goldmark, and Miniature Viennese March by Fritz Kreisler.
The group has performed at a variety of venues throughout the Northeast. Appearances by the ensemble have included performances on the Music for a New Space series in Towson, Maryland, the Springfield Presbyterian Church Music Series, Sound on Sound II, and Sound Connections for the Baltimore Composers Forum, and the recital series at Scott Center for Performing Arts in Westminster, Maryland. The Trio also presented the world premiere of Garth Baxter’s “From the Headwaters” in 2010.
Canadian-born violinist Nicholas Currie is the assistant concertmaster of Concert Artists of Baltimore, assistant concertmaster of the Annapolis Symphony, and concertmaster of the Mid-Atlantic Symphony. Mr. Currie is a graduate of the Peabody Conservatory of Music in Baltimore, where he studied with the late Berl Senofsky. Nicholas also studied under the late Bernard Eichen, member of the Beaux Arts Quartet, at Illinois State University. He is an adjunct lecturer at McDaniel College, University of Maryland, Baltimore College, and is a private instructor.
Cellist Adam Gonzalez is a member of the Trio Giocoso and has performed extensively with groups throughout Maryland and Virginia. He is a graduate of Wheaton College (IL) and has an M.A. in Cello Performance from Boston University (MA). His commercial recording work has included music for the History Channel and National Geographic.
Diana Greene is a versatile pianist and instructor, with over 20 years of experience in performance and music education. She has wide-ranging expertise in early childhood music, piano instruction, and collaborative piano performance.
The concert is free and open to the public. For more information, call 410-857-2599.
Monday, October 23 at 7:00pm
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