For immediate release:
On Sunday, February 22nd at 4 pm, Music at Trinity, the Cumberland area concert series
sponsored by Trinity-St. Stephen’s United Church, Amherst, is pleased to welcome three
exceptional New Brunswick area musicians in a program called A Musical Fantasy. The trio
all have distinguished themselves as soloists, teachers and chamber music musicians.
Carl Philippe Gionet, who hails from Caraquet on the Acadian peninsula and who received
his musical training in Montreal and in Europe, is a piano soloist and chamber musician who
Karin Aurell, flute, moved to Sackville, NB from her native Sweden in 2001. She came to
Canada with many years of experience as a professional orchestral musician. She teaches
flute at Mount Allison University and at U de Moncton and is also a founding member of
woodwind quintet, Ventus Machina and of Trio Arkaede.
Nicolas Tremblay is a recent arrival in the province and came here with his family from
Ottawa to teach at Sistema Moncton and to manage the Tutta Musica ensemble for Sistema
NB. Nicolas received his masters’ degree from Indiana University where he studied with
acclaimed clarinettist, James Campbell.
All three musicians share a passion for performing chamber music, as the varied and often
light-hearted program will show. Tickets are available from the Church Office and at the
For more information, call the Church Office at 902-667-8483
Music at Trinity
Trinity-St. Stephen’s United Church
1 Ratchford Street, Amherst, NS