Baylor University School of Music’s Distinguished Artist Series Will Welcome Famed Piano Trio

Oct. 30, 2015
Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson TrioKalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio courtesy photo.

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WACO, Texas (Oct. 30, 2015) – Baylor University’s School of Music will welcome the Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio as part of its Distinguished Artist Series at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 2, in Roxy Grove Hall.

The group is a piano trio composed of pianist Joseph Kalichstein, violinist Jaime Laredo and cellist Sharon Robinson.

“The Distinguished Artist Series strives to present well-respected classical musicians and artists to Central Texas,” said Kathy Johnson, artist relations director and assistant to the dean of the School of Music. “This particular trio has an outstanding reputation that has endured throughout the years.”

The trio made their debut at the White House for President Jimmy Carter’s inauguration in 1977. It is one of the only long-lived ensembles with all of its original members. The group balances the careers of three internationally-acclaimed soloists while making annual appearances at many of the world’s major concert halls, commissioning new works and maintaining an active recording agenda.

“It is a privilege to have musicians of this caliber perform in Central Texas,” Johnson said. “It is becoming increasingly rare for the public to hear classical music performed live, but this event is so accessible and affordable that the public should take advantage of it.”

The concert will consist of works by Beethoven, Shostakovich and Brahms.

This event is open to the public. Tickets are $15 for general admission and $10 for students, senior citizens and Baylor faculty and staff. They may be purchased here or at the School of Music Box Office in the Glennis McCrary Music Building.

Roxy Grove Hall is located inside Waco Hall at 624 Speight Ave. Glennis McCrary Music Building is located at 110 Baylor Ave.

For more information, contact the School of Music at 254-710-3571.

by Ashton Brown, student newswriter, (254) 710-6805


Baylor University is a private Christian University and a nationally ranked research institution, characterized as having “high research activity” by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. The University provides a vibrant campus community for approximately 16,000 students by blending interdisciplinary research with an international reputation for educational excellence and a faculty commitment to teaching and scholarship. Chartered in 1845 by the Republic of Texas through the efforts of Baptist pioneers, Baylor is the oldest continually operating University in Texas. Located in Waco, Baylor welcomes students from all 50 states and more than 80 countries to study a broad range of degrees among its 12 nationally recognized academic divisions. Baylor sponsors 19 varsity athletic teams and is a founding member of the Big 12 Conference.


The Baylor University School of Music provides transformational experiences that prepare students for careers in music. Our students thrive in a Christian environment characterized by a nurturing resident faculty, an unwavering pursuit of musical excellence, a global perspective, dedication to service, and devotion to faith. They investigate the rich musical and cultural heritage of the past, develop superior musical skills and knowledge in the present, and explore and create new modes of musical expression for the future. While preparing for future leadership roles, the students join with School of Music faculty in enhancing the quality of community life, enriching the larger culture, and making Baylor a place in which heart, mind and soul coalesce. The School of Music of Baylor University is a member of the National Association of Schools of Music and the Texas Association of Music Schools. Degree programs leading to the bachelor of music education degree conform to certification requirements of the Texas Education Agency.

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