Brookside Music Midland

Pre-concert selfies and standing ovations at the end – thank you to a fantastic audience!
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Next concert May 11th

Brookside Music Association, check the following link:
http://www.brooksidemusic.com/events/2016/05/11/trio-dargento/


Photos from our Manidoog performance

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New video from our concert – Papa Haydn


Concerts, concerts

Read what our presenters had to say:

Caledon Chamber Concerts:

It was our pleasure having you back. People are still talking about the concert.
The video presentation accompanying the Bondon was particularly well
received. One of our regular subscribers thought this was the best concert
ever. I look forward to discussing your participation in a future season. Please
keep in touch.

MacMaster Celebrity Series:

Thank you for a wonderful performance on Friday! We would love to have you perform
with us again in the future.

Gallery 345:

A great pleasure hearing you play.

Thank you OAC!

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Debut CD

Our CD with members of the Canadian Brass is out. If you are interested, email us: triodargento@yahoo.caIMG_0260IMG_0261


Concert February 6th, Gallery 345

Come and hear our all new program on Saturday, Feb 6th, 8pm, Gallery 345!

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Trio D'Argento Poster-2


Upcoming Concerts

Our concert month is February!

We’ll be playing February 6th at Gallery 345 in Toronto,

February 12th in the Celebrity Concert Series at MacMaster University, Hamilton

February 13th at the Caledon Chamber Music Series

Our new program encompasses two Classical pieces by Haydn and Kuhlau, two French 20th century gems and two hot dances – one from Sicily and the other one from South America. Hope you can come!


IQC Waterloo workshop

The trio had an initial workshop for a new interdisciplinary project with composer Kevin Lau and professor Thomas Jennewein at the Institute for Quantum Computing in Waterloo – supported by the Ontario Arts Council.

The formulas in Thomas’s office and all around the institute were fascinating – a real mind warp!

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Professor Thomas Jennewein was extremely patient and explained some basic tenets of quantum computing very clearly. In the lab Kevin Lau got up close to some fascinating experiments and we got help from Thomas’s graduate student Sascha Agne. There was a lot of brain-storming and laughter. For the final workshop photo we all got in front of the poster featuring Thomas’s research. Now it’s off to work out the ideas for all of us – thank you OAC for making this project possible – it is so inspiring!

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