On Saturday, February 20, Wellesley College hosts a concert by the Triple Helix Piano Trio in the Houghton Chapel & Multifaith Center. The concert begins at 8 pm and there is a pre-concert talk with Liane Curtis of Brandeis University at 7:15 pm. The concert will explore music written in the shadow of the First World War, from the period between 1915 and 1923.
The Triple Helix Piano Trio was formed in 1995 by three award-winning chamber musicians and soloists: Bayla Keyes, founding violinist of the Naumburg and Evian award-winning Muir String Quartet; Rhonda Rider, founding cellist of the Naumburg award-winning Muir String Quartet; and pianist Lois Shapiro, winner of the New York Concert Artists Guild Award.