Prepare to be dazzled as the Trinity Community Concert Series closes out its thirtieth season on Sunday, March 1, with The Rachmaninov Trio, featuring cellist Robert Cafaro, flutist Dmitri Kasyuk and pianist Luba Agranovsky.
The concert, which is open to the public, will be held in the Sanctuary of Trinity Presbyterian Church located at 499 Route 70 East in Cherry Hill and begins at 4 p.m.
The trio has been delighting audiences with exciting performances since its inception in 1999. The group has received rave reviews for performances ranging from regular appearances on the Philadelphia Orchestra’s chamber music series, to the highly successful concert series they established at Chanticleer in Cherry Hill.
Their repertoire ranges from the classics of Haydn, Beethoven and Bach to the romantic works of Mendelssohn, Dvorak and, of course, Rachmaninov.
The concert will be followed by an artists’ reception with light refreshments.
All Trinity Community Concert Series events are open to the public in the beautifully refurbished and handicapped accessible sanctuary of Trinity Presbyterian Church. Admission is a free-will offering.
The Trinity Community Concert Series has provided quality musical programs for the greater Cherry Hill community since 1989. It is funded solely by private donations.
For more information about the March 1 concert or about TCCS, contact Lisa Marcelli, Trinity’s Director of Music, at (856) 428-2050.