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Trombley and Hosoi Perform Duo Recital on Saturday, Feb. 8

musical performance to benefit the aspiring young musicians program

January 17, 2014

Musician Andrew Trombley; Photo by Lauren WohlAndrew Trombley and Akiko Hosoi will present a duo recital to benefit The Aspiring Young Musicians program on Saturday, February 8, at 2:00pm at The Eugene D. Nesin Theater for the Performing Arts. Trombley and Hosoi will be performing works by Mozart, Beethoven and Gliere. The duo will be accompanied by Christine Kim.

The Aspiring Young Musicians program offers private lessons to students as well as the opportunity to perform. Students of the program perform throughout the community. The program is under the direction of Andrew Trombley and Akiko Hosoi and is open to any student who desires to improve on his/her instrument and has the willingness to make the time commitment both in and out of school. The AYM faculty provides private instruction and small ensemble opportunities to students and works closely to support and compliment the district's music program. All AYM students receive scholarships.

Tickets for this outstanding performance are a suggested donation of $18 for adults; free for students with ID. All are welcome. For more information about the concert, purchasing tickets and/or becoming a sponsor, or the Aspiring Young Musicians program, please visit the website www.nesinculturalarts.org or contact Ellen Nesin at 845-794-6013.

Mr. Trombley was among musicians from the world’s greatest orchestras, ensembles and music academies who came together on the stage of Carnegie Hall on Monday, January 13, for a benefit performance in support of the Children of Syria. As compassionate artists and concerned citizens, many talented musicians performed to support the one million Syrian children who are refugees and five million children who are affected by the Syrian Emergency.