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Gramercy Trio
Ensemble

Contact
Gramercy Trio


Address
3 Newbury Terrace
Newton, MA, 02459-2127
Phone
(419) 494-9099

Additional Info
Year Founded
1997
Repertoire
Classical, New Music
Size
Trio
Instrumentation
Piano
Ensemble in
Residence
Community Music Center of Boston

The Gramercy Trio (Sharan Leventhal, violin; Jonathan Miller, cello; Randall Hodgkinson, piano) tours the country presenting concerts and residencies, including newly commissioned works and standard repertoire. The "New York Times" has called the trio'sperformances "distinctive and memorable...beautifully wrought and sensitively balanced" (Allan Kozinn), giving the "refreshing impression that everything they were doing was fun and worth hearing" (Anne Midgette). The trio's interest incommunity engagment and education has lead to the development of various projects, most rececntly "Where Sound and Motion Meet," an interactive exploration of the link between music and dance ("an ingenious program" (Jeremy Eichler, the "Boston Globe") .

Events

April 10, 2015
8:00 PM
Hamilton Hall in Salem, and Trinity Church of Newton Center
Salem on 4/10 and Newton on 4/12, MA
April 27, 2015
8:00 PM
Symphony Space
New York, NY

News

01.20.2015

In April we have two exciting premieres: Matt Aucoin’s new trio, and Victoria Bond's new opera, Clara.

01.18.2013

Gramercy premiered Schuller Trio #3. The Boston Globe review begins: “A quick stab of a chord, then a dark, slowly spreading pool of dissonance.... Schuller has written a piece that feels retro and youthful at the same time, working venerable veins of modernism with often bristling energy."

04.26.2012

Gramercy was honored to receive a 2011 Commissioning Grant from Chamber Music America. The grant will fund a new work from Gunther Schuller.