Trillium Ensemble will be visiting Carnegie Mellon University, Rachael Stutzman Cohen's alma mater, to perform excerpts from the Silent Spring Project. Composer Mark S. Fromm will join the trio afterwards to discuss this collaboration with CMU music students and audience members. All are welcome to attend this free behind-the-scenes glimpse into the creation of Trillium's most ambitious program, one which explores ideas of environmentalism, sustainability and humanity’s role in the natural world.
Trillium Ensemble premiered The Silent Spring Project as part of the New Hazlett Theater’s Community Supported Art concert series. Our most ambitious performance is an immersive musical experience, surrounding the audience with sound, light, music and storytelling. Inspired by Pittsburgh native Rachel Carson, The Silent Spring Project explores our ideas of environmentalism, sustainability and humanity’s role in the natural world.
Trillium continues our performance history at the East Liberty Presbyterian Church. Hope Academy, ELCP's after school music program, invites its teachers to present solo and chamber works for an eclectic night of music from all times and places. We preform Mark S. Fromm's e to the x, for alto flute, bass clarinet and piano.
This longtime favorite series entertains music lovers on the lawn at Mellon Park. Satisfy your appetite for classical music by treating yourself to a special Sunday morning composed of Bach, Beethoven and Brunch. Join us for this delightful buffet of classical melodies.
Trillium Ensemble presented some of our favorite pieces at American University, in Washington, DC. The concert featured works by AU faculty members, Matthew Heap and Fernando Benadon, as well as works by Derek Bermel, Mark S. Fromm, Scott Steele and David Bennett Thomas.