Nina Flyer on cello, Ann Miller violin and Sonia Leong piano. On January 8 Trio 180 performed a program of Franz Joseph Haydn, Astor Piazzolla and Antonin Dvorak for a very appreciative audience in Brookings. The musicians signed copies of their new CD for concert goers.
Trio 180 - Photo by Chris Brann
This very apt review of Trio 180 by Christina Schreii appeared in Strings Magazine on August 4, 2016:
All three seem to sensitively negotiate the vital contrasts between moments of uplifting happiness and somber, contemplative, lamenting passages central to the dumky form. They play with admirable cohesion...the trio’s pleasing musicality and deft, splendid playing is overall transporting. As the ensemble’s name may imply, it’s worth turning back for another listen
Photo by Sonia Gray
Trio 180 - Standing Ovation Photo by Dan Gray
Trio 180 - Accidentally-Altered-by-Camera Photo by Nola Range. Camera malfunctions can be fun, especially if you have backup. Apologies to the musicians for the shortage of photos - a replacement camera is on the way.
Learn more about Trio 180 and listen to selections from their CD on their website: http://trio180.com/