Posted: Thursday, February 11, 2016
The Parrini Trio can be heard in concert on Thursday, February 18 at 7:00 pm at the Fine Arts Center (102 Pine Knoll Dr., Greenville). The concert will include Beethoven’s Piano Trio in E-flat Major, Op. 1, No. 1, sonatas by Franck and Debussy, and the Piano Trio in C minor, Op. 101 by Brahms. The members of the elite piano trio are siblings. In addition to their work together, each pursues an independent career with a variety of performing and teaching experiences. Violinist Chiarra Parrini tours worldwide as a member of the celebrated Italian chamber orchestra I Solisti Veneti. She also collaborated as principal violin and arranger for “Dire Straits Over Gold”, and taught at the Conservatories of Cuneo and Reggio Calabria (Italy). Cellist Alberto Parrini has performed with the St. Lawrence Quartet and the American Chamber Players. He appears regularly as an orchestral member with the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra and the New York Philharmonic, and teaches at Princeton University. Pianist Fabio Parrini, a Steinway Artist, has released albums as a soloist and chamber musician, given master classes throughout the United States and Italy, and coached at the Philadelphia International Music Festival. He is chair of the Keyboard Department at North Greenville University.
Tickets for the concert will be on sale the evening of the concert at The Fine Arts Center, or you may call (864) 355-2550 (8AM – 4 PM, M-F) to reserve General Admission tickets: Adult tickets, $15; student tickets, $5.