Join us for a wonderful evening of music by the Adaskin String Trio. Since 1994 the Adaskin String Trio has won over audiences with exuberant playing and programming that blends classical masterpieces with unexpected treasures. Their program at OSA includes Beethoven's String Trio in G major, Kodaly's Intermezzo for String Trio, and works by Alexis Roland-Manuel and Lennox Berkeley.
Although the Adaskin String Trio is currently based in New England, the members of the trio are all originally from Canada. They met in Montreal where they each studied chamber music with founding Orford Quartet cellist Marcel Saint-Cyr. They later completed two years as ensemble-in-residence at The Hartt School under the guidance of the Emerson Quartet. The trio is named in honor of Murray Adaskin, one of Canada's most loved and respected composers, and two of his brothers, violinist Harry Adaskin and producer and music educator John Adaskin.
The concert is Saturday, May 1, 2021 at 7:00 p.m. Purchase your tickets and receive the link to this concert event.