CELLIST MARCIA HALEY

Tre Violette ‘a melodious trio’

Marcia Haley on cello, Tracy Canil on flute and soprano Jacqueline Lambeth will perform this Sunday at the Church of St. John The Divine

The three members of Tre Violette have played together for four years, featuring classical opera arias and other favourites.

Marcia Haley on cello, Tracy Canil on flute and soprano Jacqueline Lambeth will perform this Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Church of St. John The Divine in Courtenay.

Jackie’s beautiful soprano and Tracy’s often-improvised flute tunes, along with Marcia on the tuneful cello, combine to make a melodious trio. They will also be joined by Ken Newman with his nimble fingers on piano for select pieces.

The most recent concert performed by Tre Violette was at Simms Park this past summer under the auspices of the evening Summer Music Series. The group has a CD recording of several of their pieces, available at the concert.

The church welcomes you to the first of a planned series of four concerts, two this fall, and two in the spring, offering a varied billboard of musicians.

Tickets are available from Blue Heron and Laughing Oyster Book stores, St. John’s Church and on the day of the concert. Proceeds will benefit the church’s ministries in the Comox Valley.

— Church of St. John The Divine

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