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Genesis Trio

Markus Masaites (piano) Nina Weber (viola)  & Jonathan López (clarinet)

 November 17, 2019 SUNDAY SOCIAL Concert Series at Knox

The concert takes place at Knox 5600 Balaclava Street, Vancouver

The Pre-Concert Chat with the artist starts at 1:45 pm

The Concert begins at 2 pm with no intermission

Followed by a complimentary Social Bar at 3 pm

Entrance  is by donation and includes the social bar that follows the performance

 

Social Bar:

Our wonderful caterer Natasha has come up with some delicious TEX MEX themed food (read on in the Bios to figure out how that came about) as well as Wine for patrons to enjoy as they socialize and mingle with the musicians and each other. 

 - Fiesta veg empanadas with guacamole
- Sweet potato and black bean taquito bites
- 7 layers salad cups
- Chipotle steak bites on ground corn chips
- Chili station: veg chili with add on options of adobo chorizo, smoky mushroom sauté, fresh peppers, green onions, shredded cheese, lime crema, chili oil, cilantro
- Mexican hot chocolate and coconut brownies
- Mango aqua fresca

 

About the Artists:

The Genesis Trio, founded by clarinetist, Jonathan López, violist, Nina Weber, and pianist, Markus Masaites, has come to be known as one of the premier chamber ensembles at the University of British Columbia. Established through a shared passion for performing and love for chamber music, the trio has performed for a variety of audiences, garnering city-wide acclaim. Additionally, its members have performed across North America and countries including Ecuador, Colombia, Brazil, the UK, Austria, Italy, Ghana and China.

In 2018, the trio was invited to perform at the renowned Brevard Music Festival and the following year took first prize at the 65th Annual Friends of Chamber Music Competition. They have been featured on several Vancouver based concert series including the Roedde House Classical Series, Music Friends, the Vancouver Women's Music Society and regularly on the Health Art Society’s Concerts in Care.

This past summer, the Genesis Trio traveled to El Paso, Texas to present interactive performances for thousands of youth. They then proceeded to New York City to take part in Ensemble Connect's Audience Engagement Intensive program at Carnegie Hall.