TERZETTA

This lively chamber trio is gaining a reputation for its exceptionally fine performances in the region. Their preparation and delivery are based on the fundamental concept of having one unanimous musical intention, joyfully expressed through 3 players. 

In this program Terzetta will take us on a musical journey, from Italy to Austria, then Spain, and Japan. The highlight of the programme will be the grand finale: the World Premiere of Trio #3 by Edgar F. Girtain IV, an American composer, resident in Chile.

Carmelia Mac William, Flute, Alison Fletcher, Violin, Zoe Heflin, Cello

DATE & TIME

SUNDAY, 25 FEBruary 3:00-4:30 PM


TICKETS

NORMAL $25 CONCESSION $20

PROGRAM

Giuseppe Cambini 1746-1825 

Trio in A, Op 3, No.6


FRANZ A. Hoffmeister 1754-1812

Trio in D 


ISAAC ALBENiZ 1860-1909 

Tango in D, Op 165, No.2 


HIROSHI Haji 1953-2008

Trio No.2 (2003)  


EDGAR F. GIRTAIN IV b.1988   

Trio No.3 (2023) 


CARMELIA MAC WILLIAM, FLUTE

Carmelia is a well-known regional musical identity. After completing a BMus (perf) at University of Ottawa, she enjoyed a successful solo & chamber music career in Europe & Canada. She migrated to Australia in 1989, and moved to Perth, where she was interim Assistant Orchestra Manager for WASO, and Music Librarian & Instrument Manager at Christ Church Grammar School. Since relocating to the Tweed region 2007, she has been soloist with the NRSO Camerata & the Amatori Chamber Orchestra. A dedicated teacher and passionate chamber musician, Carmelia performs frequently with ensembles of her friends throughout the region, including for the Tyalgum Festival, Tweed Fusion, and Byron Music Society.

ALISON FLETCHER, VIOLIN

Alison started playing the violin at age 6, flute at 9 and piano at 12. After attending the QLD Conservatorium ‘Junior Con’ during High School, she completed a B Mus (Performance) at the Qld Conservatorium, followed by a Post Grad degree in Education. She is currently the concertmaster of the Northern Rivers Symphony Orchestra, co-principal in the Gold Coast Chamber Orchestra and co-concert-master of the Amatori Chamber Orchestra. She teaches at several primary & secondary schools, including Mount St Patrick’s College in Murwillumbah, and is a string/ensemble tutor in the CAPA program at Banora Point High School.

ZOE HEFLIN, Cello

Originally from West Virginia USA, where she completed a BMus (Composition), Zoe moved to the Northern Rivers in 2017. She began playing cello at age 3 and continues her ebullient musical journey, taking part in many projects around the Northern Rivers. She often performs in the Amatori Orchestra, Lismore Symphony Orchestra and LSO Quartet, and various chamber groups, and has recently joined an all-female A Cappella vocal ensemble called Syrinx. In addition to a growing private studio, she enjoys teaching young string players at Shearwater Steiner School (Mullumbimby).