Trio Concorde Recital at DePauw
February 7, 2001
February 7, 2001, Greencastle, Ind. - On Tuesday, February 13, the DePauw University School of Music will present Trio Concorde in a recital of music by Beethoven and Dvorak in Thompson Recital Hall at 8:30 p.m. Please note that the concert time is a little later than usual for School of Music events due to the Lynne Arriale jazz master class happening from 6:30-8:00 p.m. on Kresge Auditorium stage.
Members of Trio Concorde are Claude Cymerman, Laurie Carney, and William Grubb. Cymerman, a native of France, graduated with highest honors from the Conservatoire National Superieur de Musique in Paris and also studied at Indiana University with Gyorgy Sebok. He is Grand Prize winner at the Long-Thibaud International Competition. Cymerman performs extensively with major French orchestras as well as with the San Francisco Chamber Orchestra and the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra. He is regularly invited to give master classes at major festivals in France, Germany, Italy, Sweden, Japan, and Israel. Cymerman is Siegesmund Professor of Music at the DePauw University School of Music.
Laurie Carney, as a founding member of the American String Quartet, appears in more than eighty concerts annually. She received her Bachelor and Master of Music degrees from Juilliard and performs regularly with her husband, cellist William Grubb. Carney is in demand as a visiting teacher with recent master classes in California, Colorado, Indiana, Michigan, and New Mexico. Recent appearances include a New York recital with violist Michael Tree, performances with the Bournemouth Symphony and the Basque Symphony Orchestra. She is currently Professor of Violin at the Manhattan School of Music.
William Grubb made his professional debut as soloist with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra at the age of 17. In 1976 he was winner of the concert artists Guild Auditions and was presented in his New York recital debut at Carnegie Recital Hall. Grubb's teachers have included his father, Cassel Grubb, former Director of the DePauw University School of Music; Fritz Maag at Indiana University, Ronald Leonard at the Eastman School of Music, and Harvey Shapiro at The Juilliard School. He has a Bachelor of Music degree, Master of Music degree, and a Doctor of Music Arts degree, all from Juilliard. His chamber and recital appearances have taken him to all fifty states as well as Canada, Switzerland, Spain, Iceland, France, Italy, and Japan, and have included performances with his wife, violinist Laurie Carney. Grubb is currently Professor of Cello and Chamber Music at the Jordan College of Fine Arts at Butler University and at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music.
The DePauw School of Music concert of Trio Concorde is free and open to the public.Back