January 15, 2013 > Saint Michael Trio offers musical versatility
Saint Michael Trio offers musical versatility
Submitted By Caryl Dockter
The Fremont Symphony Guild will present the Saint Michael Trio in a delightfully different recital on Sunday, January 20 at First United Methodist Church in Fremont.
Established in 2007, the Saint Michael Trio has vaulted to the front ranks of the musical establishment and won accolades from the national press. Their repertoire includes classical, contemporary, jazz, and popular music, and they mix all of it into a single concert. They make their concerts interesting, funny, and thoroughly accessible, engaging audiences in the music in a way few performers can.
Stunning virtuosi, each also has a career in the private sector. Violinist Daniel Cher is a medical doctor, cellist Michel Flexer is a software engineer and serial entrepreneur, and pianist Russell Hancock is on the public policy faculty at Stanford and is President and CEO of Joint Venture Silicon Valley.
A reception after the performance will include refreshments and a chance to meet and visit with the musicians. This is a wonderful opportunity to hear these exceptional artists in an informal setting, or to introduce your children to an engrossing professional performance.
Tickets are $35 for adults, $10 for children and students and are available on the Symphony website: www.fremontsymphony.org, by email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone: (510) 793-6375 or (510) 371-4859. All proceeds benefit the Fremont Symphony Orchestra.
Saint Michael Trio
Sunday, Jan 20
First United Methodist Church
2950 Washington Blvd., Fremont
Tickets: $10 - $35