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Trinity Winds Trio

18 Sep Posted by in Schedule | Comments
Trinity Winds Trio

Trinity Winds Trio exists purely to perform for the enjoyment of both its musicians, who have a life long love for music, and also for the audience, in an effort to expose them to quality small ensemble experiences. Our unique instrumentation; flute, clarinet, and bassoon, lends perfectly to playing at all types of events. There is no age-specific music in our repertoire. And there are no limits of the variety, which means we appeal to all ages and all music style preferences. The three musicians met playing in large ensembles. After many public performances together it became apparent that the experience level, education, and passions were similar. We realized the three of us shared the same commitment and desire to move forward as a small group. We invested time and expertise in building a large repertoire, establishing a working website, professional communication and researching the need for our type of ensemble. It was out there, so we have continued for the past two years. To date our impact has been rewarding; and we wish to emerge further. We have performed at churches, the Calgary Zoo, senior facilities, chamber concerts, private garden parties, weddings, and funerals. We have been received with much support. Most people are surprised at our combination of instruments, quality, and level of musicianship.

A native Calgarian, flautist Terri Shouldice’s love for music began at a young age, learning both the piano and then later, the flute. She holds Grade 9 Certificates from the Royal Conservatory of Music in both piano and flute. At the end of her first year at the University of Calgary, Terri switched her major from piano to flute and graduated with a BMus/Secondary School Education.  Terri studied flute most recently with Lauren Eselson, teaches clinics in the schools and continues her long time membership with the Calgary Wind Symphony and as of recent, the Rocky Mountain Symphony Orchestra.
Playing the clarinet is an integral part of Mary Hamm‘s life.  Upon beginning her musical journey as a teenager she has continued with enthusiasm and purpose.  After receiving a Bachelor of Music in clarinet performance at Washington State University, she went on to earn a Master of Music Education at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, New York, which was followed by obtaining a Ph. D. in music education along with a Master of Music in clarinet performance at The Ohio State University.
Aaron Wong is a passionate bassoonist and drummer who also owns and operates his own Music & Arts studio with his wife in Beacon Heights called DoReMi Club™.  He has been performing and teaching professionally for over 15 years.  Aaron is the studio instructor for Bassoon and Drums at DoReMi Club™: Music and Arts Centre.  

Learn more about us on our website.