January 13, 2015

Navarro Opens the Spring Season with Two Chestnuts and a Rare Gem

As Chamber Artists in Residence since 1992, Trio Navarro has performed virtually the entire standard piano trio repertoire. In addition they are advocates for out-of-print and little-known works. Join us on January 25 at 2 pm in Schroeder Hall, when they perform two well-known “chestnuts” and one rarely heard gem.
HAYDN           Trio in B-flat Hob.XV:20
DVORAK         Trio No. 4 in E Minor “Dumky”
ARENSKY       Trio No. 2 in F Minor

Tickets are just $8 for all seats. Parking is included.

Trio Navarro was co-founded by SSU Piano professor Marilyn Thompson and cellist Jill Brindel. Thompson has performed in New York's Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center and the 92nd Street Y; the Philip’s Gallery, Washington D.C. and Boston’s Symphony Hall. Since 1980, Brindel has been a cellist with the San Francisco Symphony, where she serves as cello section coach for the SFS Youth Orchestra. Belarus-born violinist Victor Romasevich is a winner of the Gina Bachauer Prize. He first joined the San Francisco Symphony as Associate Principal Violist. He currently plays in the orchestra’s First Violin section. Individually and together, members of Trio Navarro are well known throughout the Bay area for their performances of chamber music at Chamber Music Sundaes, Old First Church, Mendocino Music Festival and Davies Symphony Hall.

Schroeder Hall at the Green Music Center is located near the intersection of Rohnert Park Expressway and Petaluma Hill Road. Park in Lots L and O. Info: 707-664-2324.

“This concert gave me no reason to alter a long-ago observation that the Trio Navarro is the finest resident classical music trio in Northern California.”
—Classical Sonoma




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Ruth E. Wilson
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