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Concert - The New Cambridge Trio

Event Type: Adult Program
Date: 9/10/2017
Start Time: 2:00 PM
End Time: 3:30 PM
 The New Cambridge Trio consists of flute, piano and double bass with repertoire that includes a wide variety of music. On September 10th at 2pm they will be playing Bolling Suite #2 for Flute and Jazz Piano Trio at the Somers Library.

Our programs are funded by the Friends of the Somers Library.

About the Performers:

Alice Miller, flutist, is a graduate of the Juilliard School of Music and was a member of the San Francisco Opera Orchestra for nine seasons. She has also played with the London, Ontario Symphony (Principal Flute), the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, the New York Philharmonic, the Tanglewood festival and the Spoleto, Italy Festival of Two Worlds. Ms. Miller taught the flute extensively in Westchester before moving to the North Shore of Boston where she continues to teach and perform.

Tony Coretto, pianist, has a long musical history starting piano lessons at nine, singing the lead in “Amahl and the Night Visitors” at twelve, and becoming an organist and choirmaster at thirteen. He studied music theory and history with Louise Vosgerchian and Elliot Forbes while at Harvard, and continued performing while a graduate student in Philosophy at Stanford. He performs, as a pianist, and vocally, throughout the Westchester area.
Marcel Villaflor, double bassist, started playing the double bass at 13 years old and performed with the Brooklyn All-Borough and New York All-City High School orchestras. He has been a member of the International Society of Double Bassists (a non-profit organization) since 1992 and as its treasurer since 2002. Currently Marcel performs with the Yonkers Philharmonic, Chappaqua Orchestra and the Croton Choral Society.

About the Composer - Claude Bolling

10 April 1930, Cannes, France. After showing prodigious talent as a child pianist, Bolling began playing professionally while still in his early teens. Strongly influenced by ragtime and early jazz pianists and by other figures as diverse as Duke Ellington and Art Tatum, Bolling
swiftly became recognized in France as a major pianist. He played at concerts, festivals and on record with many visiting jazzmen including Paul Gonsalves, Lionel Hampton and Rex Stewart. He also led his own small groups from the late 40s onwards, forming bigger bands in the 50s including the Show Biz Band, which remained in intermittent existence for the next three decades. In addition to playing jazz, Bolling has also written for films. He has composed and recorded music that mixes jazz and the classical form, although he has done so in a manner that remains closer to the mainstream than the so-called third stream. Bolling makes infrequent appearances outside his homeland but has played in the UK, leading his powerful big band from the piano.

Seating is limited and on a first come, first served basis.

Location: Program Room