Three world-class musicians will perform at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church at 4 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 17 when The Music at St. Andrew's presents Trilogies' "Music from the Heart" program featuring flute, harp and viola.
The talented Trilogie trio includes:
n Six-year Sarasota Orchestra principal harpist Cheryl Losey has received international awards and performed worldwide. Awards include the Alice Rosner Prize at the prestigious Munich International Competition; first place and Grandjany Prize in the American Harp Society National Solo Competition; first prize in the American String Teacher's Association National Solo Competition; and winner of the Cleveland Institute of Music Concerto Competition. Losey was also awarded the 2011-2012 John Ringling Towers Performing Artist Award from the Arts and Cultural Alliance of Sarasota County.
Trilogie talent, from left: Nathan Frantz, Sarasota Orchestra member since 1999; Cheryl Losey, principal harpist of the Sarasota Orchestra; and flutist Insung Baik. former member of the Fort Collins Symphony, Korean Broadcasting Orchestra and the Civic Orchestra of Chicago.
n Flutist Insung Baik, formerly a member of the Fort Collins Symphony, The Korean Broadcasting Orchestra and the Civic Orchestra of Chicago. She was first-prize winner at The A.M. Korea competition, The Anyang University Music Competition, Chongju University Music Competition and the E-Chun Music Competition.
Insung received a bachelor's degree in music from Oberlin Conservatory while studying with of Michel Debost, and a master's degree of music and performer's certificate from Northwestern University under Walfrid Kujala. She is pursuing a musical arts doctorate at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.
n Nathan Frantz has been a member of the Sarasota Orchestra since 1999. Earned bachelor's degree in music performance from Northwestern University and master's degree in music performance at Southern Methodist University. He maintains a chamber music and teaching schedule. During summers away from Sarasota, Nathan is a teacher and performer at the Luzerne Music Center. His String Quartet, mob, has released two successful children's CDs, "Music Tales," and "Music Tales vol. 2." Both CDs have won Parents' Choice Gold Awards and NAPPA Gold Awards for excellence in children's products.
Who: World-class musical talent Nathan Frantz and Cheryl Losey of the Sarasota Orchestra; and flutist Insung Baik.
What: Trilogies' "Music from the Heart" program featuring flute, harp and viola
When: 4 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 17.
Where: St. Andrew's Episcopal Church
The program for flute, viola, and harp will include: a Claude Debussy sonate; Arnold Bax elegiac trio; Ludwig van Beethoven selection; Jules Massenet meditation from Thais; and Claude Debussy's Clair de Lune.