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Trio presents French music in Oak Harbor

Whidbey Island flutist Kimberley Breilein along with Northwest artists Sharyn Peterson (violin/viola) and Matt Rehfeldt (cello), will play in Oak Harbor July 22. - --
Whidbey Island flutist Kimberley Breilein along with Northwest artists Sharyn Peterson (violin/viola) and Matt Rehfeldt (cello), will play in Oak Harbor July 22.
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Trio Lumina presents “Musique de France” at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, July 22. Enjoy a delightful evening of chamber music featuring Whidbey Island flutist Kimberley Breilein along with Northwest artists Sharyn Peterson (violin/viola) and Matt Rehfeldt (cello).

The recital at the First Reformed Church, located at 250 SW Third Ave., Oak Harbor, will highlight selections by French composers spanning several centuries, from Baroque to contemporary, including Loeillet, Devienne, Debussy and Roussel.

The musicians of Trio Lumina have been performing together for 10 years in venues large and small. The trio all maintain thriving teaching studios, instructing music students of all ages and levels, both in their home towns and at the Mount Vernon-based Peterson Conservatory of Music and Art.

They love to create music together, which is evidenced by the wide variety of performance experience they share, from their own solo and trio concerts around the Northwest to private recitals and events, including weddings, corporate events and celebrations of all kinds.

The trio’s repertoire is vast, encompassing music of all styles, including classical, Celtic, waltzes, rags and their signature rock and roll arrangements.

A suggested donation for admission to the concert is $15 for adults and $5 for students.

For more information about Trio Lumina, visit www.triolumina.com or call Kim at 360-929-2744.

 

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