Music at Trinity hosts ‘Flying Forms’ March 3 in Excelsior
The Music at Trinity series continues with Baroque ensemble, “Flying Forms,” 4 p.m. Sunday, March 3, at 322 Second St., in Excelsior.
Flying Forms is a baroque chamber music ensemble consisting of violinist Marc Levine and Harpsichordist Tami Morse. Recent performances have included concerts at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Yale University and Stony Brook University where the group presented a concert of seven new works commissioned for period instruments.
They will also be joined by Tulio Rondon on viola da gamba, an instrument similar to the modern cello.
There is no admission fee, and the event is open to the public. A free-will offering is accepted.