“MUSIC AT ST. PAUL’S” PRESENTS THE
TRILLIUM PIANO TRIO IN CONCERT
The Music at St. Paul’s concert series will open its twenty-third season of concerts with a performance by the Trillium Piano Trio on Sunday, September 19th at 4:00 PM. The program will include the Piano Trio in C major by Spanish composer Gaspar Cassado, the Trio quasi una Ballata in D minor, Op. 27 by Czech composer Vitezslav Novak, and Robert Schumann’s Piano Trio No.3 in G minor, Op.110. The performers in the Trillium Piano Trio include Yoko Sata Kothari, piano, Ruby Berland, violin and Benjamin Salsbury, cello.
A native of Japan, pianist Yoko Sata Kothari has performed internationally to great acclaim as soloist and chamber musician. She currently resides in North Palm Beach, where she maintains an active private studio. Ms. Kothari’s career began when she won the Northern Japan Classical Piano Competition at the age of eight. She has continued to collect honors, including the Machida Piano Competition, the Japan Young Pianist Award, the Bartok-Kabalevsky-Prokofiev International Competition, and the Kathleen McGowan Piano Scholarship Award. She has also recognized as a composer, being a finalist in the Tokyo Youth Compositional Competition.
Benjamin T. Salsbury was born in Palo Alto, California and received degrees from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and the University of Miami. He has performed with the Palm Beach Opera Orchestra, University of Miami, Greater Palm Beach North Miami Beach, and Southwest Florida Symphonies, the Miami Bach Society, The Boca Pops and Palm Beach Pops, Atlantic Classical Orchestra and the Naples Philharmonic. He taught in the Ann Arbor Pubic Schools, at Cazadero Performing Arts Camp, Strings for Kids at the University of Miami, Westminster Christian School and Palmer Trinity School. Mr. Salsbury presently teaches strings at Belvedere Elementary School as well as cello and bass at Palm Beach Suzuki School of Music.
A $15 donation is requested for general admission, and preferred seating is available for an $18 donation. Students will be admitted for a $5 donation. Further information, or ticket reservations can be requested from the church by calling 561-278-6003 or by E-mail through the church’s website: www.stpaulsdelray.org.
The season will continue Sunday, October 17th at 4:00 PM with a concert by the VItali String Quartet playing music of Haydn, Mendelssohn, Revueltas and Gama.
For additional information please contact:
Dr. Keith Paulson-Thorp, Director of Music, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
188 S. Swinton Avenue, Delray Beach, Florida 33444 /
email@example.com, 561-278-6003, Fax (561) 276-0304