Friday Feb 22, 2019 7:30 pm
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Recommended for all ages!
Curriculum Connections: The timeline of music using the great musicians/composers of the history of Western Music. Instrumental groups, music genres, improvisation, beatboxing, elements of music.
Combining the virtuosity of world-class artists with the energy of rock stars, PROJECT Trio is breaking down traditional ideas of chamber music. Blending their classical training with an eclectic taste in musical styles, they make a big impact on audiences of all ages. The genre-defying Trio is acclaimed by the press as “packed with musicianship, joy and surprise” and “exciting a new generation of listeners about the joys of classical and jazz music.”
PROJECT Trio explores all the amazing genres and styles that music has to offer from the last 400 years.
• ENGAGE the audience with world-class performance and story telling.
• EXPLORE and teach the timeline of music using the great musicians/composers of the history of Western Music.
• INSPIRE creativity through witnessing virtuosic performance from incredible performers.
• ENLIGHTEN the audience to the power of music and all that it has to offer.
What to Expect: PROJECT Trio is a passionate, high energy chamber music ensemble comprised of three virtuosic composer/performers from Brooklyn, NY. Blending their classical training with an eclectic taste in musical styles, PROJECT Trio has made an impact on audiences of all ages.
•Music in every genre including classical, jazz, hip-hop, salsa, rock and more.
•Fun and engaging music for all ages.
•Beatbox Tutorial: the whole audience leaves the concert hall beatboxing!
•A musical experience that sticks with you for a lifetime.
PROJECT Trio has performed for over 400,000 students on 4 continents, 15 countries and over 40 states in the US. With over 85,000,000 views on YoutTube, PROJECT Trio is one of the most watched instrumental ensembles on the internet. By presenting instrumental music fused with hip-hop, rock, and pop, PROJECT Trio truly bridges the gap between classical music and pop culture.
Learn more at: www.projecttrio.com