Chamber Music Trio The Harvard Trio perform works from the Classical, Romantic and Contemporary repertoire. Cello and clarinet are nearest to the human voice as elegiae and singing yet completely alone until they unite with the piano to create a wonderfully smooth rich and charismatic display of tonal color as already established up to the time of Brahms. The history of our music has repeatedly shown beauty of performance to be focusing on the quality and complexity of vocalizing the phrases as they appeal to the traditional form. In looking more closely at the vast repertoire that has already been written for this instrumental combination, it is clear that through our individual international travels, we are scouring the depths of music libraries, conservatories as well as upcoming influential composers to look at new works that compliment traditional literature. Our dedication and devotion to our profession is creating new directions for our performances. It is important to the Harvard Trio to preserve the beauty of each composers intent and to bring our audiences closer to chamber music through our many concerts.
For more information, visit the page of the Harvard Trio's clarinet player, Maryanne Lacaille.