Trio to perform baroque music at Westport Library

A concert of baroque music will be performed Sunday by the Musical Arts Trio at the Westport Library.

The free performance, featuring works by Georg Philipp Telemann and the French composers Gaubert and Grovelz, will take place at 2 p.m. in the library’s McManus Room.

The trio musicians are Sharon Levin, flute; Gerard Reuter, oboe, and David Hughes, piano.

Levin earned a graduate degree from Manhattan School of Music and an undergraduate degree from Sarah Lawrence College. She studied in Paris, where she was awarded the “Certificat de Musique de Chambre” from the Ecole Normale de Musique. She has given several master classes in Spanish in Costa Rica and Ecuador, and has translated for master classes in Costa Rica for other flute artists. She was conductor of the Young Artists and Young People's Flute Choirs of the Stamford Young Artist Philharmonic from 2006-10. Her performance venues have included WQXR radio and Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall. She was also Concerto Soloist with the Brazilian Symphony in Rio de Janeiro and at International Flute Festivals in Costa Rica.

Reuter has been a soloist, conductor and performer in chamber music. He has performed in Europe, Asia, New York, Washington, Los Angeles and Boston, as winner of the Pro Musicis Foundation's International Award. He has been on the faculty of New York University, Mannes College and Sarah Lawrence College. He is a member of the Dorian Wind Quintet and Orpheus Chamber Orchestra and has recorded for Sony, New World, Columbia, Telarc, Musical Heritage Society and Summit. He has conducted the Schenectady Symphony, and conducted Handel's Messiah several times in Danbury.

Hughes is music director for the annual Roman Forum Summer Symposium at Lake Garda in Italy. He prepared and led the St. Mary's Student Schola to sing chant and Renaissance polophony at World Youth Day in Madrid in 2011. He directs the choir for the St. Mary Church in Norwalk. Hughes also is a compose of works for choir and organ. The Yale graduate has also written musical scores for a film and documentaries. A native of Stamford, Connecticut, Hughes is a graduate of Yale College.

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