Brewton-Parker presents Allegro Chamber Trio on April 7

MOUNT VERNON - The Allegro Chamber Trio, a rare blend of flute, harp and viola, will lend a special flavor to the Dennis and Quinelle Sikes Fine Arts Series at Brewton-Parker College on Monday, April 7.

The 7:30 p.m. performance will be in the Gilder Recital Hall in the Miller Music Building on the Brewton-Parker campus. Admission is free.

The trio's music is expressed with the harpist's hands and arms, while the golden flute carries the poignant themes and the warm rich tones of the viola add depth to the ensemble. One of the featured works on the concert is by the French impressionist Claude Debussy, whose masterful "Trio Sonata" defines this combination of instruments.

Each of the Allegro Chamber Trio artists is an outstanding soloist.

Megan Meisenbach has studied with world-renowned flutists Jean-Pierre Rampal and James Galway, while Mary Golden has played her harp strings all over the United States. Bruce Williams is the principal of the Victoria Symphony and former principal violist with the Haifa Symphony Orchestra.

Dennis and Quinelle Sikes founded Brewton-Parker College's fine art series in 1990, to bring worldwide performers to Brewton-Parker College for student and community audiences. The Sikes Fine Arts Series performance is offered to the public at no cost.

Inquiries concerning the Allegro Chamber Trio's performance at Brewton-Parker College may be made by calling Theresa Solano, music division secretary, at 583-3136.