Thursday, October 28, 8:00 pm
Dibden Center for the Arts
S Pond Road
Tickets: $10—general admission, NVU Community—FREE
“It's been said that out of adversity comes opportunity, and out of the COVID-19 pandemic the Champlain Trio was formed. Violinist Letitia Quante, cellist Emily Taubl and pianist Hiromi Fukuda each call Vermont home and with concerts, tours and festivals being put on hold, the spring of 2020 brought the unique opportunity to come together as an ensemble.
All three musicians earned degrees from The Juilliard School among others and hold positions in the Vermont Symphony Orchestra, Springfield Symphony Orchestra, Amherst College, and the University of Vermont.
With a shared passion for chamber music and supporting the arts in Vermont, they created a documentary film project called “Empty Stages” with the goal of drawing attention to the many amazing concert venues across the state and to show how COVID-19 has impacted the arts.”
This event is accessible to all. Please check the Events During Covid web page for any changes to community access.