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The Fader-Gendron-Haas Trio debuts at the Shandelee Music Festival

Posted 8/2/22

SHANDELEE - The 29th season of the Shandelee Music Festival continues on Saturday, August 13 with “An Evening of Chamber Music,” featuring the Fader-Gendron-Haas Trio.

The concert will …

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SHANDELEE - The 29th season of the Shandelee Music Festival continues on Saturday, August 13 with “An Evening of Chamber Music,” featuring the Fader-Gendron-Haas Trio.

The concert will showcase compositions of Franz Josef Haydn, Johannes Brahms and Felix Mendelssohn.

Melody Fader (piano), Emilie-Anne Gendron (violin) and Michael Haas (cello) formed the Fader-Gendron-Haas Trio after the inaugural concert of the “Melody and Company” chamber music series seven years ago. All three members of the trio were born and raised in Connecticut, yet it wasn’t until they met in New York City (where they are currently based), and after they graduated from the Juilliard School, that they began making music together.

Their ever-growing repertoire includes the standard classical and romantic trio repertoire alongside newly commissioned works.

The New York Times lauded Emilie-Anne Gendron as a “brilliant soloist,” and called Melody Fader’s work “sumptuous and stirring,” commenting also that she “plays with elegance,” while the Washington Post hailed Michael Haas as a “sterling musician.”

The August 13 concert by The Fader-Gendron-Haas Trio will be performed at SMF’s fully accessible, climate-controlled Sunset Concert Pavilion, located at 442 J. Young Road, Livingston Manor.

All performances in the Sunset Concert Series begin at 8 p.m. Tickets are $35 for adults, $30 for SMF members, and $10.00 for students 17 and under. Advanced reservations are strongly suggested. Call 845-439-3277. Or purchase your tickets and get more information online at www.shandelee.org.

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