CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo., Jan. 6, 2006 — Continuing very strongly in its third season, the “Sundays at Three” chamber music series presents its third concert of the 2005-2006 season at 3 p.m. Jan. 22 in Old St. Vincent’s Church.
Truman State University faculty member Mira Frish, cello, will team up with Southeast faculty Sara Edgerton and Brandon Christensen, and violist Kyle Miller for a chamber must feast including the Arensky String Quintet and the Dohnanyi Serenade.
Mira Frisch, assistant professor of cello, bass and music theory, recently joined the faculty at Truman State University. She holds a bachelor of arts degree in music and mathematics from Saint Olaf College and a master of music degree in cello performance from the Cleveland Institute of Music. She is a doctor of musical arts candidate at the University of Minnesota. She has extensive chamber music experience both in the Intensive Quartet Program at the Cleveland Institute and as a member of the Ted Mann Graduate Assistant Piano Trio at the University of Minnesota. She currently collaborates with members of the Truman music faculty and other artists outside the University and is a substitute cellist for the New World Symphony in Florida.
The Jan. 22 concert will be a very exciting event for fans of chamber music. Tickets are $10 and are available in advance through the Performing Arts Box Office at (573) 651-2265 or at the performance.