Trio Hochelaga coming to the Lester Centre in Prince Rupert

The Prince Rupert Concert Society will be presenting Montreal’s Trio Hochelaga at the Lester Centre of the Arts on Friday, November 18.

The Prince Rupert Concert Society will be presenting Montreal’s Trio Hochelaga at the Lester Centre of the Arts on Friday, November 18 at eight p.m. as part of the society’s 2011/2012-concert season.

Trio Hochelaga was founded in 2000, and consists of violinist Anne Robert, who has been the First Violin with the Montreal Symphony Orchestra for twelve years, Cellist Paul Marleyn who is a Professor of Cello at the University of Ottawa and Pianist Stéphane Lemelin who has received many national and international prizes and awards including a prize at the Robert Casadesus International competition. The trio performs music from the classical period, manly Romantic and post-Romantic repertoire, particularly French repertoire from the end of the nineteenth to early twentieth centuries, up to music from today.

Tickets for Friday night’s performance can be purchased in advance at either Cook’s Jewelers or the Lester Centre of the Arts. Tickets are also at the door.

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