https://thomascranelibrary.assabetinteractive.com/calendar/concerts-at-the-crane-essex-piano-trio-3/ Thomas Crane Public Library
40 Washington Street
Quincy, MA 02169
Accessible Spots, Good for Groups, History, Music
Join us for a Sunday afternoon concert in the beautiful historic Richardson Building featuring the Essex Piano Trio. This event will also be LIVESTREAMED to our YouTube channel.
After playing together for several years throughout coastal Massachusetts, the musical friends known as the Essex Piano Trio (EPT) formalized their working relationship in 2017 and adopted the signature “Conversation among Friends” concert format, a descriptive title borrowed from American biographer Catherine Bowen. The trio’s primary goal has been to grow as musicians while making the best music possible to share with its audiences.
All from Essex County communities along the North Shore, violinist Ashley Offret of Salem, cellist David Cabral of Lynn, and pianist Beverly Soll of Rockport believe that their “Conversation among Friends” approach reflects their relationship to the music and to each other. As David has observed, “Making serious chamber music can be very difficult, and it is a challenge to find partners who mesh well personally and artistically. When people see us perform, they see not only our ability but also our passion for music and our great affection for each other, all of which enhance our performances.”
EPT members bring many perspectives from their academic backgrounds and professional lives as educators and performers to their collective as a trio. Pianist Beverly Soll (University of Illinois and University of Maryland) holds a DMA in chamber music/piano. Ashley Offret is a violinist (University of Maine) and music historian (MM, University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music). Cellist David Cabral studied at the Boston Conservatory but works as chief echocardiographer at Boston Medical Center’s Department of Pediatric Cardiology.Doors will open 15 minutes before the start of the program.
Sponsored by the Friends of the Thomas Crane Public Library.