When: Saturday, March 10
Time: 7:00 PM
Where: COHS Sanctuary
Join us for a concert given by favorites – Seth Trumbore, piano and Keoni Bolding, violin. They will be joined by Keoni’s brother Aidan Bolding on cello.
Seth Trumbore, Piano: Seth received his B.M. in Piano Performance and Piano Pedagogy from Temple University where he studied with Harvey Wedeen. His graduation honors include the Jacobs Music Company Steinway Award and the Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges Award. After receiving chamber music training from the Settlement Music School under Sidney and Shirley Curtiss, Seth has become very passionate about collaboration and is active in the community assisting soloists and various musical organizations. He currently serves as Assistant Organist at Church of the Holy Spirit in Harleysville, as a Staff Pianist at Westminster Choir College and teaches piano privately at the Trappe Community Music School.
Keoni Bolding, Violin: Recently named artist-in-residence of the Southeast Iowa Symphony, Keoni Bolding is only 20, but has soloed in major American venues such as Carnegie Hall (New York) and the Kennedy Center (Washington DC). An avid chamber musician, Keoni has performed at the US Capitol and Italy’s National Gallery of Ancient Art with Rome Chamber Music Festival as a featured young artist. Keoni is also a passionate orchestral musician and served as concertmaster of the Philadelphia Youth Orchestra. This summer, Keoni attended the Aspen Music Festival as a fellowship recipient, sharing the stage with Renee Fleming, and Robert Spano, among others. He is a junior at Robert McDuffie Center for Strings where he studies with David Kim, Concertmaster of the Philadelphia Orchestra. When not at school, he enjoys helping his parents and brother raise dairy goats on their family farm in Pennsylvania.
Aidan Bolding, Cello: Aidan Bolding was born in Tucson, Arizona where he started playing cello at age 3. Aidan began studying the instrument at the Music and Dance of Academy of Tucson. At age 9, Aidan performed at Carnegie Weil Hall as part of the Golden Key Festival. In 2013, he and his family moved to the Philadelphia region where he continued to study with Gloria dePasquale of the Philadelphia Orchestra. Currently Aidan plays in the Philadelphia Youth Orchestra and in his school orchestra at Souderton Area High School. In 2017 Aidan won his age group at the Nelly Berman Young Classical Virtuosos of Tomorrow where he soloed in the Perelman Theater of the Kimmel Center. That same year, he was the Junior Strings winner of the Tri-County Concerts Youth Festival. When not playing cello, Aidan enjoys participating in many soccer programs and events and helping the family raise dairy goats on their farm.
Free will offering/reception to follow