The American Trio performed at Saddleback’s Mckinney Theatre on November 20, 2012. The world renowned Trio came together at Ball State University and includes Robert Palmer, pianist, Anna Vayman, violinist, and Peter Opie, cellist.
The performance took a calm mood throughout the night with their fairly large audience. The dim lighting of the audience and spotlight on the Trio helped enhanced their music and provide passionate melodies.
They played pieces from all around the world coming from England to Spain. The pieces they revived were by famous Joaquin Turina, Frank Bridge, and Antonin Dvorak.
The trio also provides master classes for advance students for developing artist at Ball State University.
Aside from being apart of the American Trio, Robert Palmer is a professor of music at Ball State. Anna Vayman is originally from St. Petersburg, Russia and is an Associate Professor of Violin at Ball State. Peter Opie is from England and is an Assistant Professor of Cello at Ball State.
The trio has played all around the world and perform in a variety of different countries such as Korea, Russia, Canada, Thailand, Belarus, Germany, and England. They individually have mastered awards and competition and also as a group.
The American Trio performed romantic melodies and satisfied the ears of their audience. Standing ovations were given and smiles filled the faces of their fans.
They will return for the College Music Society National Conference at Saddleback College and will continue traveling the world to please their many fans.
The American Trio performed at Saddleback’s McCkinney Theater to their fans and musicians.