Cavendish Trio coming to Qualicum Beach

Musical trio performing at TOSH on May 29 at 2:30 p.m.

A delightful afternoon of superb chamber music by this esteemed University of Victoria Professor and internationally celebrated clarinetist, a member of the Victoria Symphony viola as well as violin sections and one of Victoria’s most highly respected chamber music  pianists. The program will include works by Mozart, Grovlez, Granados, Vaughan Williams, Bartok, Bruch, and Glazunov.

The Cavendish Trio, comprised of Patricia Kostek (clarinet), Jennifer MacLeod (viola) and Charlotte Hale (piano).

Kostek is a versatile musician with diverse and eclectic range of repertoire. Patricia has given recitals and master classes, and served as a competition jury member in major cultural centres of Europe, Asia, Canada, the USA, Mexico and South America.

MacLeod has worked with the Milwaukee Symphony and Ballet, as well as the Vancouver Symphony and Opera. She has been a member of the viola sections of the Grand Rapids (Michigan) Symphony and the Calgary Philharmonic.

Hale is the vocal coach at the University of Victoria. She was a long-time member of the Piano and Accompanying Faculties at the Victoria Conservatory of Music.

The show is on Sunday, May 29 at TOSH (122 Fern Rd. West, Qualicum Beach) from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. Admission is $16.

For more information, cal 250-752-6133 or visit www.theoldschoolhouse.org.

— submitted by TOSH

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