Three for the road: Brown-Urioste-Canel­lakis Trio

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The Brown-Urioste-Canel­lakis Trio may not sport the most eu­pho­nious name in the busi­ness, but its 11 syl­la­bles rep­re­sent three up-and-com­ers who are nicely launched on the play­ing fields of cham­ber mu­sic. Pian­ist Michael Brown, who is a com­poser as well as a per­former, was awarded a 2015 Avery Fisher Ca­reer Grant and is cur­rently on the ros­ter of the Cham­ber Mu­sic So­ci­ety of Lin­coln Cen­ter’s CMS Two pro­gram. Cel­list Ni­cholas Canel­lakis, re­mem­bered from this past sum­mer’s con­certs dur­ing the Santa Fe Cham­ber Mu­sic fes­ti­val, is a full artist mem­ber of the Cham­ber Mu­sic So­ci­ety of Lin­coln Cen­ter, and vi­o­lin­ist Elena Urioste was a twotime win­ner of the Sphinx Com­pe­ti­tion — once in the ju­nior divi­sion, once in the se­nior — and was named a BBC New Gen­er­a­tion Artist. In a per­for­mance of the Los Alamos Con­cert As­so­ci­a­tion, the three­some of­fers an al­lur­ing lineup of clas­sics for piano trio: Haydn’s Trio in E-flat ma­jor (Hob. XV/29); Chaus­son’s Trio in G mi­nor; Suk’s Elegie; and Men­delssohn’s Trio No. 2 in C mi­nor. The per­for­mance be­gins at 7 p.m. on Satur­day, Nov. 5, at Duane Smith Au­di­to­rium in Los Alamos High School, 1300 Di­a­mond Drive, Los Alamos. Tick­ets ($30 in ad­vance; $35 at the door) can be re­served through www.tick­ or 505-988-1234. — James M. Keller

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