Dear September: A memoir story of 2020 Music in the Woods concert with Lee Dionne, Brigid Coleridge and Julia Yang from Merz Trio

Sunday Sept. 13th 2020 @ 2:00pm – Located in the Tree Room of the Trailhead House

Lee Dionne – Piano | Brigid Coleridge – Violin | Julia Yang – Cello

The Merz Trio was formed in January 2017 when pianist Lee Dionne and cellist Julia Yang were members of Ensemble Connect, a fellowship program in New York City run jointly by Carnegie Hall and the Juilliard School. 

They joined with violinist Brigid Coleridge, who had collaborated with Dionne several years earlier at the Vermont-based Yellow Barn music festival and was in New York at the time as a doctoral candidate at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York.

They are currently the Graduate Piano Trio in residence at the New England Conservatory in Boston.

The Trio has gained recognition as Winners of the 2019 Concert Artists Guild Competition and Gold Medalists of the Fischoff and Chesapeake International Chamber Music Competitions. They are currently the Graduate Piano Trio in residence at the New England Conservatory in Boston.

Click Here to learn more about the Merz Trio

Program

Gestillte Sehnsucht Op. 91.  No 1

Trio for Piano, Violin and Cello Op. 63

Stars

La Plus Que Lente

Traumgekront

Trio for Piano, Violin, and Cello

Johannes Brahams

Robert Schumann

Pauline Viardot

Claude Debussy

Alban Berg

Maurice Ravel

Seats are limited, overall there are no more than 28 seats (Just 8 groups). In order to follow the Public Health Department six feet distancing guideline to protect everyone, please wear a face cover and stay with your group. Please email us: info@summerstarwildlife.org to make a reservation. Guests must be 16 years old or older.

Guest Feedback

Georgia and I would like to thank you for sharing this afternoon’s outstanding concert.  The Merz Trio was amazing.  We feel so blessed and refreshed. We need experiences like today’s concert now more than ever.  These are difficult times. There is nothing more beautiful than combining the arts with nature. This afternoon’s concert was the perfect elixir. Hiking, and being in the woods, has been our salvation during the pandemic. I often have a melody in head and a camera in my hand.  Georgia and I feel so grateful for having Summer Star so close by and the access you generously provide to the arts and nature.  Take care, stay healthy and we look forward to seeing again you soon.

G. Anderson

Thank you so much for hosting the wonderful chamber music concert! It was such a beautiful day in a beautiful setting. I so hope to return again soon for a walk and for another concert.

J. Hilton

Thank you very much to everyone who attended, and thank you everyone for your continued support!

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