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Sun, Aug 27

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Roti Roti Art Center of Buchanan

"Three’s a Crowd?" by Lakeside Piano Trio Concert

An afternoon of music for violin, cello, and piano in different combinations. Selections ranging from Chopin to Bartok, Ravel to Piazzolla. Small tastes of many different composers and styles!

Time & Location

Aug 27, 2023, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EDT

Roti Roti Art Center of Buchanan , 117 W Front St, Buchanan, MI 49107, USA

About the event

About 

The RRAC Summer Concert Series aims to find connections between the  visual and musical arts and to make classical music more accessible to  all members of the Buchanan area community. Performances are presented  in a casual setting, allowing interaction between the musicians and  audience. Musicians share the history and stories behind the works  presented, and they create a deeper connection between the audience and  music. These concerts are family and kid-friendly, accessible, and free  to the public. 

Musicians bios 

An outspoken proponent of experimental sounds and expression, violinist Charlotte Munn-Wood is an improviser, chamber musician, and sought-after educator in New  York City and beyond. Her music and visual art explore the textures and  timbres of the natural world and of inner psychological environments.  Munn-Wood is a graduate of the Contemporary Performance Program at the  Manhattan School of Music where she studied with Dr. Curtis Macomber,  and of Western Michigan University as a student of Renata Knific. Away  from the violin, she is an avid runner, rock climber, and prolific fiber  artist.

Emily Munn-Wood is a cellist  and teacher based in Chicago. She holds degrees from the University of  Massachusetts Amherst and DePaul University, where her principal  teachers were Astrid Schween and Stephen Balderston. Emily is a cellist  with the Peoria Symphony Orchestra. She is also a committed teacher of  the cello and maintains studios with four Chicago-area music schools, as  well as a private studio. In addition to the cello, Emily is passionate  about public service and volunteerism. She is a proud alum of  AmeriCorps and currently volunteers with RefugeeOne in Chicago.

Pianist Geena Kam is the founder and artistic director of the Roti Roti Art Center Summer  Concert Series. She has concertized throughout the Midwest, Asia, and  Europe as a soloist and chamber musician, and her piano students have  won national and international competitions. A passionate educator,  Geena has created and directed venues for young pianists and has  presented workshops and masterclasses for area music teachers. Geena is a  member of the piano faculty at Saint Mary’s College, Notre Dame, IN,  and director of the Summer Music Intensive of the Fischoff National  Chamber Music Association. She received her D.M.A. degree in Piano  Performance and Pedagogy from the University of Iowa.

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