Project Trio to Perform 'Music For Autism' at 92nd Street Y, 6/14
PROJECT Trio, with beat-boxing flutist Greg Pattillo, cellist Eric Stephenson and bassist Peter Seymour, will perform An Interactive Concert for individuals with Autism and their families on Saturday, June 14 at 1:00pm at the 92nd Street Y, New York. The program will include the group's original compositions and arrangements that bridge many styles of music and will have everyone in the audience participating. Admission is free for individuals with autism and their family members, however RSVP's are essential. Please RSVP at www.musicforautism.org and select "Concert Calendar" or call 877-863-7473.
PROJECT Trio has become one of the most popular instrumental ensembles of its generation, playing over 100 performances worldwide each year, as well as garnering over 79 million views and 93,000 subscribers on YouTube and playing to fans of all ages in venues around the world, from clubs to Carnegie Hall.
The Trio's discography includes six recordings and a DVD, PROJECT Trio: Live In Concert. Their latest recording, Instrumental was released earlier this month. Instrumental follows on the success of When Will Then Be Now and their catalog-spanning Random Roads Collection, which both debuted at the top of the Billboard Canadian and US classical and jazz charts. Like all of the other PROJECT Trio's recordings, both soared to the top of the iTunes charts.
In addition to TV and live radio appearances on WNYC's Soundcheck, and Sirius XM among others, their music can be heard in Nike and Smart Car commercials. The members compose and arrange all of their own music. Their repertoire includes pieces for trio as well as several works with orchestra.
Their upcoming and recent tour schedule includes engagements with the Dallas, St. Louis, Detroit, San Diego, Toronto, and New World Symphony Orchestras, and a continued relationship as Family Artists in Residence with the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra. Passionate about music education, the Trio will perform and lead master classes in schools, universities, festivals and other venues throughout the US and around the world, including 2014 summer master classes in New York City, and at Oregon's Britt Festival.