Enthusiastic trio are set to perform in Rotorua

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The trio will perform in Rotorua this month.
The trio will perform in Rotorua this month.

Rotorua Music Federation will present an enthusiastic group of music professionals in the city as part of their New Zealand tour.

Trio Eclat will tour seven New Zealand centres as part of Chamber Music New Zealand's 2016 Encompass Series.

Evans Chuang, pianist, is an established musician.

As an active chamber musician, he has performed with members of the Auckland Philharmonic Orchestra.

Chuang has also been appointed as an accompanist for the University of Auckland, University of Canterbury, National Academy of Singing and Dramatic Art, and the New Zealand Opera School.

Flautist Christine Kim studied in Germany and since returning in 2013 has been an active freelance musician, with a passion for teaching and a special love and knowledge of woodwind chamber music.

Rowan Meade is a masters graduate in performance clarinet with highest honours from the Sibelius Academy of Music in Helsinki, Finland.

Meade has been frequently invited to play with orchestras such as the Finnish Radio Symphony Conductors Orchestra and Sibelius Academy Symphony, and since his return home to New Zealand in 2013 he has a busy playing schedule with orchestras around the country.

- Trio Eclat performs at the Concert Chamber, Sir Howard Morrison Performing Arts Centre on Monday at 7.30pm.

- Tickets are available at the Concert Chamber desk from 7pm on the night, cash or cheque only (no Eftpos/credit card facilities). For information visit www.chambermusic.co.nz.

Programme:

Performed in Warkworth, Rotorua, Motueka, Te Awamutu, Tauranga, Kaitaia and Whakatane

* Children's Games

* Brahms | Hungarian Dance Suite No 1

* Andre Jolivet |Sonatine for Flute and Clarinet

* Chopin | Etude No 1 & 12 Op 25

* Anthony Ritchie | 'Little Trio', op.26b (1987, revised 2015)

* Villa-Lobos | Choros No 2

* Bizet | Jeux D'Enfants (Children's Games)

- Rotorua Daily Post

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