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New Cambridge Trio


Nov. 9 @7pm: Music of the Dance, from Bouree to Tango

The New Cambridge Trio performs an eclectic selection of exciting dance music ranging from Bartok and Gossec to Joplin and Piazzolla, covering waltzes, minuets, bourees, and tangos!

Nov. 10 @7pm: A Musical World Tour: from Argentina to Hungary

The New Cambridge Trio takes you on a whirlwind world tour from Argentina (with tangos by Piazzolla) to Hungary (with peasant dances by Bartok), including stops in Germany (Bach) and Austria (Schubert)!

Tickets:

$15 for Adults

$10: Seniors/Students

FREE: Children under 12

About New Cambridge Trio

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Alice Feinglass Miller (Flute) 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. While living in Larchmont, New York, she taught privately and performed, and founded The New Cambridge Trio with Tony Coretto and Marcel Villaflor.

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Tony Coretto (Piano) 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, Tison Street, and Elliot Forbes at Harvard, and continued performing while a graduate student in Philosophy at Stanford. A dedicated amateur musician, he sings with Ars Choralis in Woodstock and most recently played with the New Cambridge Trio at the Olive Free Library.

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Marcel Villaflor (Double Bass)is an engineer by training with a long career at AT&T and IBM, and a musician by avocation. Marcel has been playing the bass since he was 13 and in his youth toured the famed “borscht belt” circuit, playing at renowned venues such as Pines, Nevele and The Concord. Today Marcel is a double-bassist with Yonkers Philharmonic and Croton Choral. He is treasurer of the International Society of Bassists, and enjoys playing music of all styles including classical, jazz, ragtime, and Brazilian bossa nova.

Earlier Event: October 27
The 37th Asbury Short Film Concert
Later Event: December 7
Blue Christmas