Triad Concert Series returns to Stony Brook

Triad Concert Series returns to Stony Brook

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Song-a Cho, Johanna Kosak and Stephanie Iovine of the Amicizia Trio. Photo from Allan Varella

The Greater Port Jefferson–Northern Brookhaven Arts Council in conjunction with Temple Isaiah in Stony Brook recently announced its lineup for the fourth season of the Triad Concert Series.

Members of Canta Libre, Karen Lindquist and Sally Shorrock. Photo from Allan Varella
Members of Canta Libre, Karen Lindquist and Sally Shorrock. Photo from Allan Varella

The classical music series begins with a concert titled Piano Four Hands on Sunday, March 6, with Elaine Hou and Guy Slapak performing works by Ravel, Shubert, Debussy and Schubert on piano. On Sunday, April 3, the Amicizia Trio, comprised of Song-a Cho, Johanna Kosak and Stephanie Iovine, will perform works by Mozart and Schubert on piano. The series will conclude on Sunday, May 22, with  a flute and harp concert featuring Sally Shorrock and Karen Lindquist, members of the Canta Libre Chamber Ensemble, performing works by Persichetti, J.S. Bach and Piazzolla.

All concerts begin at 3 p.m. and are held at Temple Isaiah at 1404 Stony Brook Road in Stony Brook. A reception and “meet and greet” will follow each performance and light refreshments will be served. Tickets are $15 adults in advance, $18 at the door; $10 seniors 65 and older and students; $5 students high school age and younger. A $40 series ticket for all  three shows is also available.

To purchase tickets in advance, send a check to: GPJAC c/o Plotkin, 15 Oxford Drive, Port Jefferson Station, NY 11776. For PayPal, visit www.gpjac.org. Questions? Please call Paula at 631-902-1584 and leave a message.