It’s probably safe to move Trio Cavatina from the “up and coming” category to the “fully arrived” category; they’ve been around for five years now, and they won the 2009 Naumberg Chamber Music Competition. Their performance tonight in Glens Falls, as part of the deBlasiis Chamber Music Series, is a regional return engagement, having received good notices for a performance at Union College.
The program for Monday night is pleasingly varied. Along with Clara Schumann’s Trio and Robert Schumann’s Trio in G-minor, they will perform contemporary works by Mexican composer Gabriela Ortiz Torres (Trifolium) and New Yorker—OK, Long Islander—Augusta Reed Thomas (Moon Jig, a work the composer calls “a kind of cross” between 20th century classical music and jazz).
Trio Cavatina will perform tonight (Monday, Nov. 15) at 7:30 PM at the Hyde Collection’s Helen Froehlich Auditorium (161 Warren St., Glens Falls). Tickets are $20, $10 students. For more info, call 793-0531.