After 11 seasons, The Silverwood Trio has given it's final concert. As much as we love playing together, family and job constraints finally took it's toll and we have disbanded. BUT the trio may be resurrected with some new personnel.
To all our friends and supporters through the years: Thank you.
CDs are still available.
titled In This World, is available at: CDbaby.com/silverwood
The Silverwood Trio
|The Silverwood Trio, Cindy Woolley, flute/soprano, Walter Halvorsen, cello and Paul Hoffman, piano, was an innovative, Boston-based Classical music group offering the varied colorations of instruments and voice. The Trio's repertoire covered a wide a range of styles of Classical music from the Baroque to Contemporary, including original compositions by Paul Hoffman. Audiences praised the Silverwood Trio's performances as, "sheer magic," "wonderful music," and "a rare and wonderful treat on a warm summer night or anytime!"|
Il chiostro di S.Croce by Theodor Koehler. This was the AMERICAN PREMIER of his one movement work for flute, cello and piano written in 1998. A quiet and solemn work expressing the atmosphere of an Italian Renaissance cloister.
L'Amero. An aria by W.A. Mozart from his opera Il re pastore, arranged for soprano, cello and piano, declaring the joys of a constant, faithful love.
Questions or comments about these pages? Email Cindy Woolley.
These pages last updated: June 21, 2008
Program for our CD titled "In This World":
Trio (1944) by Bohuslav Martinu
In This World (2000) by Paul Hoffman*
Suppose time is a circle
In this world, time has three dimensions
Imagine a world where there is no time; only images
Imagine a world in which people live just one day
In this world, time is a visible dimension
The Great Clock in the Temple of Time
Sonata de Camera, op. 48 (1927) by Gabriel Pierné
Ostinaughty (1996) by Paul Hoffman
*Adapted from the book
Einstein's Dreams ©1993 by Alan Lightman. Published by Pantheon Books,
NY. Used by permission of the Author, c/o Gelfman Schneider Literary Agents,
Inc. All rights reserved.
[Read the book, it's great!]
Funded in part by a grant from the Council for the Arts at MIT.
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