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The DiMenna Center for Classical Music
8pm May 25th, 2017

The DiMenna Center for Classical Music
8pm May 25th, 2017

The DiMenna Center for Classical Music
May 25th 8pm

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Now in our second full season, the Fair Trade Chamber Music Society was featured as the season opening performers at the Music at Our Savior’s Atonement music series, sponsored by Michael Lord & Company. Music at Our Saviour’s Atonement (MOSA) strives to nourish and strengthen the bonds of community and civic involvement in Northern Manhattan through music and regularly presents Carnegie Hall’s Neighborhood Concerts.

This season, the Fair Trade Trio was invited to perform for Music for Autism, a concert series focused on enhancing quality of life and raising public awareness through free, autism-friendly, interactive concerts developed specifically for individuals with autism and their families. We also enjoyed performing for the first time at the Horace Mann School during their annual “Music Week.” We have developed partnerships with several area music programs including the WHIN Music Project, the Corona Youth Music Project, the Bronx Global Learning Institute for Girls, and the Frank Sinatra School of the Arts.

We will close our 2017/2018 New York performing series with a concert and reception at the DiMenna Center for Classical Music, featuring “Nelson” by  local composer Molly Herron, Ernst von Dohnanyi’s Serenade for string trio, and the incredible first piano quartet by Johannes Brahms with guest artist, pianist Taisiya Pushkar

Continuing our mission to champion the works of living female composers, we recently recorded Jennifer Higdon’s monumental string trio and commissioned a new string trio by composer Emily Doolittle and will be giving the world premiere in July, 2017. Both works will be featured in our upcoming album of string trios written by living female composers, a project expected to be completed in the next few years.

The Fair Trade Trio will be embarking on its second tour of the Pacific northwest this summer where they will return to perform at the Silk Purse Arts Centre in Vancouver, BC, the Oak Bay chamber music series in Victoria, BC, and the KidsQuest museum in Seattle, WA. The trio will also make its debut at the Old Church in Portland, OR and at the Resonance at SOMA Towers in Seattle, WA with Seattle Symphony pianist Li-Tan Hsu. The tour will feature the world premiere of Emily Doolittle’s string trio commissioned by the Fair Trade Chamber Music Society.