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    The Concert Series at Wellesley College Presents the Triple Helix Piano Trio

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    April 10, 2010


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    The Concert Series at Wellesley College Presents the Triple Helix Piano Trio

    Described by The Boston Globe as the “livest live music in town,” The Triple Helix Piano Trio will look at the ways in which the seeds of European Romanticism took root in America, manifesting itself in Yankee Ingenuity. The musicians, joined by soprano Sarah Pelletier, will revel in music by composers who sprang from American soil and who were keen on giving voice to the American ethos in music, distilling the heartbeat and...

    Described by The Boston Globe as the “livest live music in town,” The Triple Helix Piano Trio will look at the ways in which the seeds of European Romanticism took root in America, manifesting itself in Yankee Ingenuity. The musicians, joined by soprano Sarah Pelletier, will revel in music by composers who sprang from American soil and who were keen on giving voice to the American ethos in music, distilling the heartbeat and essence of a vigorous young land of mystery, beauty, and rugged individualism. Program will include: William Bolcom’s Violin Sonata No. 2, Aaron Copland’s Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson, Charles Ives’ Piano Trio, and a world premiere by Howard Frazin.


    Jewett Auditorium

    106 Central Street
    Wellesley, MA 02109

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    Free.


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    8 pm


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