"When they were young...."
How about some early work from some very special composers? We will play Beethoven Piano Trio No. 1, Op. 1, written when Beethoven was about 24. Maine's very own Lucas Richman (Music Director, Bangor Symphony!) also wrote a piano trio in his early 20's called "Petite Suite," that we can't wait to perform! And finally, we present the lovely piano trio by Clara Schumann.
This concert features our amazing guest cellist, Allison Eldredge (https://necmusic.edu/faculty/allison-eldredge), along with Annie Antonacos, piano and Tracey Jasas-Hardel, violin. This concert is not to be missed! And it is, as always, FREE!!
"When they were young...."
Mechanics Hall will become a concert hall in Paris for this Parisian concert. All three of our composers for this program lived in Paris, or live there presently. We will offer a free signature 240 Champagne cocktail to complete your experience!
Portland Piano Trio presents:
Chausson Piano Trio in G minor, Op. 3
Turina Piano Trio No. 2 in B minor, Op. 76
Saariaho Light and Matter for violin, cello and piano (2014)
Please join the Portland Piano Trio at the Black Point Inn on Prouts Neck for a benefit concert! It is free and open to the public. The bar will be open, and we recommend dining at the Inn beforehand to make it a night!
Concert includes works by Haydn, Schumann and Saariaho!
On Wednesday, March 21 at 5:00 pm, the Portland Piano Trio will be warming up their new baby grand piano at the Maine Charitable Mechanic Hall (MCMH), 519 Congress Street, Portland.
240 strings which provides subsidized music lessons to children in the Portland public school system, as well as free concerts to build community and generate appreciation for classical music.
Join us for free refreshments and a short concert by the Portland Piano Trio!
This concert is one of our community concerts for 2018. All Portland Public School families will be admitted free of charge. For everyone else, a portion of the ticket price will go to the strings programs of Portland Public Schools, for instrument upkeep and music purchases.
Augusta Read Thomas Moon Jig and ...a circle around the sun..."
Dvorak Dumky Trio, Op. 90
Beethoven Trio No. 5 in D Major, Op. 70, no. 1
We are pleased to announce our very first completely free concert, sponsored by 240 Strings. The Portland Piano Trio (Annie, Tracey and Ben) will be joined by special guest Bryan Brash on viola. No tickets or reservations required. Call (207)221-2613 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Stephanie Ann Boyd Ancestry Variations
Mozart Piano Quartet in E-flat Major, KV 493
Mendelssohn Piano Trio No. 1 in D Minor, Op. 49
We would love to see you at our winter house concert, held in the beautiful home of Terry and Jacob Gerritsen in Camden, ME! Suggested donation is $80 per person, which is fully tax-deductible.
The program is fascinating, with a wine reception to follow. It will be a blast to play for you in this intimate setting! A wine reception will follow the concert. Please call (207)221-2613 to reserve a seat for this concert. Seats are limited!
W.A. Mozart, Trio No. 8 in G Major, K564
Stephanie Ann Boyd, Ancestry Variations
Johannes Brahms, Trio No. 2 in C Major, Op. 87
We'd like to invite you to a very special fundraising event: An intimate house concert by The Portland Piano Trio in the historic Freeport home of Maddy & Joe Vertenten. Come enjoy trio music of Joseph Haydn, Dmitri Shostakovich and Amy Beach, followed by wine and dessert in the moonlit courtyard. All proceeds will benefit the trio's educational program, 240 Strings.
240 Strings builds community for Portland youth by providing subsidized music lessons, chamber music coachings and affordable concerts. We received 501c3 status this spring, and with your help, we look forward to growing our programs. We hope to celebrate with you and talk more about our organization in the beautiful setting of Joe & Maddy's home on July 7!
Please feel free to pass this invitation on to family and friends. If you can't make it this time, please consider making a donation. Small donations help us with our operational expenses, and there are plenty of deserving students who would welcome your no-longer-needed instruments. All donations, including ticket purchases for the July 7 event, are tax-deductible.
Here's to music education for all!
Annie Antonacos, pianist
Ben Noyes, cellist
Tracey Jasas-Hardel, violinist