The
Debussy Trio
Chamber Ensemble
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Recitals* • Festivals
Musical Adventures for children
*Recital engagements can include non-profit support community outreach programs

CONTACTS
Manager
Dientje Van Straaten
DSD Associates
Los Angeles, CA
+01-310-472-9740
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BIOGRAPHY
The Debussy Trio’s unique repertoire of 20th/21st Century music presents a refreshing and exciting change of pace for concert-goers of all ages. Audiences are captivated by the dynamic expressive performances and enjoy the relaxed informal commentary from the stage. The Debussy Trio (Marcia Dickstein, harp; Angela Wiegand, flute; David Walther, viola) offers concerts for various series and interactive Musical Adventures for children. The Trio’s charismatic programming includes musical styles from French Impressionism through American jazz-fusion, and from many famous film composers.
Highlights are the Trio’s appearances on the international concert scene including: Festivals in Canada, Copenhagen, Geneva and Prague; major venues: Disney Concert Hall, Kennedy Center, Hollywood Bowl and Orange County (CA) Performing Arts Center; major series in 42 states; community outreach programs for over 450,000 youths; and on NPR and PBS.
Its many CDs are on the RCM, Koch, Harmonia Mundi, Albany, Navona and Klavier labels. The latest CD, Angles on Angeles, features music by Los Angeles composers including Grammy-winners, available at sheetmusicbyfatrock.com, CD Baby, Spotify, and iTunes. Other recent CDs feature new works written for the Trio by 15 American composers. The Trio’s dedication to developing a major repertoire for chamber music with harp, especially flute, viola and harp, has been recognized by such entities as the Aaron Copland Fund of New York, American Composers Forum, NEA, National Federation of Music Clubs, Meet the Composer, and U.S. Fund for Artists at International Festivals.

REVIEWS
"... most effective performances ... subtle yet captivating."
Harp Column
"... fluid, glistening interplay."
Los Angeles Times
"Beautifully and masterfully rendered ... drew another standing ovation and an encore."
— Boise State University review

DISCOGRAPHY
Angles of Angeles
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Three by Three
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Look Ahead
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Three Friends
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