Thelema Trio performs in Norway
On 20 February we'll play a house concert in Rissa where we'll meet with composer Ellen Lindquist once more. On 21 February we will present our programme in the Library Of Trondheim.
In these concerts we'll perform works of Ellen Lindquist, Eric Honour, Joseph Koykkar and Mark Engebretson. For this occasion we'll also play two of our own compositions, written more than 10 years ago; Clarmaggeddon (Peter Verdonck) and Dingle Way (Ward De Vleeschhouwer).
Thelema Trio performs Eric Honour
USA tour 2015
We will be playing in Houston (Texas), San Antonio (Texas), Warrensburg (Missouri), Saint Louis (Missouri), Greensboro (North Carolina) and Birmingham (Alabama).
Check out our tourdates!
NF - NT USA tour 2010
March 31 : University of Central Missouri, Warrenburg, Missouri
April 1 : Oklahoma School of Music, Norman, Oklahoma
April 5 - 7 : Moores School of Music, University of Houston, Texas
April 9: University of the Incarnated World, San Antonio, Texas
November 9: Lynchburg College, Lynchburg, Virginia
November 10 - 11: University of North Carolina Greensboro
November 12-14: SCI National Conference, University of South Carolina, Columbia
CD review- Neither From Nor Towards...
The Thelema Trio’s modular nature, even within the context of being a trio, is one of its primary strengths and they strut their stylistic, coloristic, versatile stuff with this collection of pieces. No two works share the same instrumentation nor do any of the compositions share the same sound world. The only performer not showcased with a solo feature of some sort is the pianist but Ward De Vleeschhouwer is a superb collaborative artist who can highlight his abilities within a chamber music setting. Peter Verdonck has excellent tone and energy on alto, tenor, and baritone saxophones and Marc Antonio Mazzini has a lithe and supple sound on standard or bass clarinet. Together, the two reed players have a perfectly communal sound quality.
Each piece on the disc showcases the Thelema Trio’s mercuriality.
by Jay Batzner - Sequenza 21