CAMBIATA TRIO – A Woodwind Treat

The fall series are offered by the First Reformed Church of New Brunswick at 9 Bayard St. on Wednesdays from 12:15 – 12:45. Lunch follows each free recital.

November 12The Cambiata Trio - A Woodwind Treat th at 12:15 p.m.

The Cambiata Trio will play the final recital in the fall series of Downtown Lunchtime Recitals. By all means come…and bring friends…for this program and the light lunch that follows. The 20th century composers–Morgan, Tcherepenin, and Andriessen–may be new to you, but the sounds will without doubt be pleasing!

Katherine McClure, flute, earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in music from Skidmore College and a Master of Music in flute performance from the Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University. She teaches at Westminster Conservatory and the Lawrenceville School, and maintains a private studio. An active chamber and orchestral player, Ms. McClure is a regular performer with the Riverside Symphonia, Edison Symphony, the Greater Trenton Symphony Orchestra, and the Princeton Symphony. Since 1998, she has performed in a duo with pianist Esma Pasic-Filipovic. 

Melissa Bohl plays principal oboe with the Greater Trenton Symphony Orchestra and the Edison Symphony, and performs regularly with many other area groups. She teaches oboe at the Lawrenceville School and is head of the wind department at Westminster Conservatory, where she also coordinates the Kaleidoscope Chamber Series, Gallery Concerts, and the noontime series, Westminster Conservatory at Nassau. Ms. Bohl has degrees in music from the Eastman School of Music, the University of Notre Dame, and Princeton University.

Ivy Haga, bassoon, is a member of Tripleplay Winds and has performed with other groups including BassMasters Bassoon Ensemble of Richmond, Virginia. She is a member of a woodwind trio for BRAVO!, the educational outreach program of the Princeton Symphony. Ms. Haga teaches privately as well as at the Lawrenceville School, and the Youth Orchestra of Central Jersey. As an orchestral musician, she has performed in the Kennedy Center, Avery Fisher Hall, and Carnegie Hall. Ms. Haga is pursuing the doctorate at Mason Gross, where she also earned a Master of Music degree. Her bachelor’s degree is from Virginia Commonwealth University.


This program has been made possible in part by funds from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts; through a grant provided by the Middlesex County Cultural and Heritage Commission/Board of Chosen Freeholders.