Trebelle Performs in Boise

Trabelle players performed last night at the First Congregational Church in Boise. Their program was Songs of Love – Celebrating the Music of Robert and Clara Schumann. The basic group consists of Jennifer Dunn, violin; Heidi Nagel, cello and Robyn Wells, piano. Last night they had guest artists Nicole Golay, oboe, Dan Meier, French horn, Betsi Hodges, piano and Patty Katucki, bassoon. Most of these artists, but not the piano, were at the Buzz in Boise for their first Concert Jam. The article can be viewed at Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Birthday Party at the Buzz.

Trabelle will also be performing the Songs of Love
1. Friday, February 15 at 7:30pm in the Langroise Recital Hall, College of Idaho, 2112 Cleveland Blvd, Caldwell, ID.
2. Saturday, February 16, 7:30pm at St Michael’s Cathedral, 518 North 8th Street, Boise
3. Sunday, February 17, 7:30pm at the Eagle United Methodist Church, 651 North Eagle Road, Eagle, ID.
They ask for a $10.00 donation for their performances.

Saturday night, April 8, there will be another Concert Jam at the Buzz in Boise. (See photo above) At this jam session, there is no really programmed music selections, but rather a true jam session. Want to join in? Bring your instrument and you are welcome. Really a great time where some fantastic artists, both amateur and professional, get together for an exciting and fun filled evening of music. There is no fee for this event, but it would be nice to purchase some wine and appetizers to go with the music. Maybe we’ll see you there. Cheers!

2 thoughts on “Trebelle Performs in Boise”

  1. Hi! We (Don and I) just retired to Boise from Denver. Was this jam session acoustical? Don is looking for a place to play. Have you been to Chandlers? I hope to learn lots about the area from your blog! Diana


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