Champlain Trio presents ‘Transfigured Night’ at BMC

BRATTLEBORO — The Champlain Trio presents “Transfigured Night” Sunday, Oct. 23, at the Brattleboro Music Center (BMC).

The 4 p.m. concert is an invitation to embrace the changing of the seasons with a program that transports the audience from sunlit evenings to the dark of winter. “This musical journey will warm souls and excite imaginations,” say organizers, as the Trio “explores 'Adagio' by Schubert, the 'Ghost' trio by Beethoven, and ends with a moonlit walk through the woods with Schoenberg.”

The Champlain Trio includes violinist Letitia Quante, pianist Hiromi Fukuda, and cellist Emily Taubl. 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.

They founded the Champlain Trio during the COVID-19 shutdown as a result of their shared passion for chamber music and support of the arts in Vermont.

The Trio's experience resulted in a documentary film project, called Empty Stages, with the goals of drawing attention to the many amazing concert venues across the state and showing how COVID-19 had impacted the arts. The documentary aired on Vermont PBS in June 2021.

Since then, the Trio has expanded their active performing schedule and formed chamber music programs for students across Vermont.

Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the door. They are available on the Brattleboro Music Center website - - or by calling 802-257-4523.

For more information, contact the BMC at 802-257-4523 or email [email protected].

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