Anniversary Cake Concert
Ludwig van Beethoven used the key of C Minor to create some of his most dramatic and unmistakably personal statements. His stormy Op. 1, No. 3 Trio in C Minor will be played, along with the third installment of the “25 X 25” project, featuring new works by Hilary Tann, Joseph Blaha and James Miley. Mike Reid’s “Complete Guide to Single Malt Scotch,” with the composer narrating his take on the Michael Jackson classic, will end the program.
What are my parking options at the event?
Parking is available along Thompson Memorial Dr as well as at the top of Peery Drive.
There are no parking restrictions after 6:00pm.
What can't I bring to the event?
Food and drink are not allowed in Olin Theater. The use of cameras is strictly prohibited.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
You can contact the Olin Hall Box Office at 540.375.2333 or by email, email@example.com.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Yes. Your printed tickets will be exchanged for the event tickets at the box office/will call table.
What is the refund policy?
All ticket sales are final. Refunds will be considered if the event is sold out.
Tickets also available by phone, 540.375.2333.
When & Where
The Kandinsky Trio is a chamber group founded in 1987 by Dr. Elizabeth Bachelder, Alan Weinstein and Benedict Goodfriend. The Trio has been awarded the Chamber Music America Residency Award and awards from the Theodore Presser and Carpenter foundations.
The group has performed nationally as well as internationally. New York, Atlanta, San Francisco and Tampa are merely a fraction of the cities in the U.S. that have heard the sounds of the Trio. Some international cities include Bratislava, Slovakia; Vienna, Austria; Budapest, Hungary; and Zagreb, Croatia. The list goes on with over 175 cities worldwide.
When they aren't on the road, the members find themselves at the place they've considered home for over 24 years-Roanoke College-perfecting their art, performing it and sharing it with the college community. As resident artists, the members of the group have significant ties to Roanoke College and especially to their students.