Cumberland Times-News

July 7, 2011

Trelumina Trio at Penn Alps Saturday

For the Cumberland Times-News
Cumberland Times-News

Grantsville — GRANTSVILLE — The Trelumina Trio will perform in the Great Hall at Penn Alps Saturday at 7:30 p.m., the latest installment in the Music at Penn Alps concert series.

Trelumina performs a repertoire from baroque to contemporary. The trio is committed to performing, commissioning and expanding the literature for this unique combination of instruments, and makes a point to include works on each concert by contemporary American composers.  

The group has had success performing recitals and presenting master classes to performers, educators and students throughout the United States. Recent performances have included the Mid-Atlantic Flute Fair, Strathmore Performing Arts Center and the Smithsonian American Art Museum.

The trio’s first CD, Pastorale, includes a variety of works written and transcribed for the group.

Kimberly D. Buchar Kelley received degrees in bassoon performance from the Harid Conservatory, the Eastman School of Music, and recently finished her DMA at the University of Illinois. She has taught at Millikin University, Eastern Illinois University, Chestnut Hill College, Valley Forge Christian College and the University of Illinois. She has performed widely with orchestral and chamber groups. Kelley teaches at several colleges and performs throughout the area.

Rebecca Wilt has received national and international recognition as a virtuoso collaborative pianist. She works with many prominent wind instrument performers and vocalists and performs internationally. Wilt has been the premiere pianist for a number of wind instrument conferences and competitions.

Alicia Kosack enjoys a diverse career as a performer of both modern and baroque flute. She has won numerous honors, including a Maryland State Arts Council Individual Artist Award.  Currently, she is on faculty at York College of Pennsylvania and Maryland Conservatory of Music, and is pursuing her DMA at the University of Maryland. She received a Masters of Music from the Peabody Conservatory and a Bachelor of Music from the Harid Conservatory.

The trio will present a lively program of contemporary classical music from the Americas, including works by Paquito D’Rivera, Elizabeth Raum, Astor Piazzolla, Bill Douglas, Heitor Villa-Lobos and Eric Ewazen.  

Students and children under 19 years of age are admitted free of charge. For program and ticket information, call 703-969-6604. As seating is limited,  it is recommended that guests arrive no later than 7:20 p.m.