We always feel a little forlorn when the Trebelle concert season ends. After having become so familiar with the repertoire, putting it away feels like abandoning a good friend, or two good friends! But each of us are immediately thrown into spring projects that prevent us from pining!
Robyn is keeping busy at the College of Idaho, helping her piano students prepare for juries and recitals, as well as accompanying other students in their recitals and juries--just like she did for Jennifer when she was studying at C of I! She is also deeply involved in the Nampa Musicale festival, helping the next generation of musicians learn and grow.
A member of the Boise Philharmonic, Heidi has been performing the music of Sibelius, Tchaikovsky, Mozart, and will soon participate in the season Finale, featuring the Brahms violin concerto, Smetana's Moldau, and the Borodin 2nd Symphony. You can find information and tickets at boisephil.org.
After a delightful trip to Disneyland with her family, Jennifer joined the first violins in the Boise Philharmonic's performance of Mozart's Requiem. She judged a scholarship competition, where she was impressed by a number of local young artists! On Easter Sunday, Jennifer appeared with an inter-faith choir in an inspirational performance of Handel's Messiah at the Jewett Auditorium. She is getting ready to lead the Treasure Valley Millennial Choir and Orchestra as concert master in its upcoming May performance. For more information and tickets, go to www.millennial.org/performances.
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