Trinity Chamber Concerts

…presenting the finest of Northern California's emerging musicians

2002-200329th Season

Saturday, January 18th, 2003

With and Without You...

  • Robert Bailis, clarinet
  •      with
  • Skye Atman, piano
  • Karen Hall, soprano
  • Roy Zajac, clarinet

With and Without You..., an evening of music on themes of partnership, with works by Brahms, Osbourne, Bialosky, Weber, and Poulenc. Lauded for his "sweet, singing tone" and "technical wizardry" (SF Classical Voice), Mr. Bailis has become a favorite of Bay Area chamber music audiences through his regular appearances with the acclaimed Mirage Ensemble and Citywinds woodwind quintet.

Saturday, February 8th, 2003

The Barbary Coast Guitar Duo

  • Michael Walsh & Florante Aguilar, guitars

Enjoy their individual approaches clashing and blending - creating the spark that powers a dynamic musical interpretation, be it a hard-driven Spanish fandango, a stately moment of a pavan or the music of the Beatles.

Friday, February 21st, 2003

UC Berkeley's
Collegium Musicum

  • Kate Van Orden & Anthony Martin, music directors

Ground Round: A Feast of Ground Basses, Passacaglias, Chaconnes, and Whatnot.

Saturday, March 1st, 2003

Richard Burdick
 horn

In celebration of his new CD release of his avant guard music for multi-phonic horn and music for horn and tape.

Saturday, March 15th, 2003

Airs and Graces

  • Greer Ellison, baroque flute
  • Katherine Button, baroque violin
  • Farley Pearce, viola da gamba and baroque cello
  • JungHae Kim, harpsichord

A concert of baroque trio sonatas including Telemann’s Paris Quartet #3, and music of Handel, C.P.E. Bach & LeClair.

Friday, April 25th, 2003

UC Berkeley's
Collegium Musicum

  • Kate Van Orden & Anthony Martin, music directors

Divertissments: Music by Jean-Baptiste Lully and his Enemies.

Saturday, April 26th, 2003

Solstice

Solstice, a female vocal ensemble, explores the versatility of the a cappella song, weaving traditional and popular American music, Eastern European folk songs, Italian madrigals, and original a cappella compositions into a strong vocal sound that is richer than the sum of its six voices.

Their repertoire—spanning more than 11 countries and 900 years—is unified by their mission: to sing music written by women and for women's voices. Solstice’s self-titled debut album has earned praise throughout the a cappella and folk music communities.

Saturday May 10th,  2003

The Usher-Ehrlich-Rosenak Piano Quartet

  • Sara Usher, violin
  • Paul Ehrlich, viola
  • Vicky Ehrlich, ‘cello
  • Karen Rosenak, piano

Music of Handel Halverson, Rebecca Clark and Brahms. With musicians from U. C. Berkeley faculty and the San Francisco Opera and Ballet Orchestras this program is sure to be the finest music on the Trinity Chamber Concerts series all year!

Saturday May 24th, 2003

The Chamberlain String Quartet

  • Michael Yokas, violin
  • Sharon Hendee, violin
  • Darcy Rindt, viola
  • Michael Graham, ‘cello

Music of Beethoven, Shostakovich and Wolf’s Italian Serenade. The premiere performance of the CSQ here at Trinity! They have been the ensemble in residence at both San Francisco State University and Cal State Hayward, and have performed at the Fort Mason Center, the Occidental Concert Series, Saint Patrick’s Noontime Series, the Candlelight Concert Series & more.

Saturday June 7th, 2003

Esfir Ross
 solo piano

Music of Mozart, Brahms, Chopin.

Saturday June 21st, 2003

Tom Heasley
 Tubist

On the Sensations of Tone: Digitally manipulated tuba that conjures up a distant cosmos that we can only hope to visit . . . except you can visit it at Trinity Concerts!