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AGLOW Trio

Classical Music
Contact Person:Alyssa Morris
Phone:801-400-6192
Email:[email protected]
Website:www.aglowtrio.com

About

AGLOW Trio is a classical music ensemble comprised of flutist Karen McLaughlin Large, oboist and composer Alyssa Morris, and pianist Amanda Arrington. Combining their extensive experience as soloists, chamber musicians, and educators with years of close friendship, they have created something truly special. AGLOW Trio is dedicated to bringing light and optimism to their audiences. By carefully curating programs aimed at highlighting new and unique voices, commissioning and performing works by living and historically underrepresented composers, incorporating popular/ classical music hybrid arrangements, and promoting positivity throughout their programming,

AGLOW strives to leave their audiences feeling inspired and uplifted. They have performed multiple performance tours in the US and abroad, and are American Prize Finalists in Chamber Music Performance. AGLOW Trio can be found online performing new works on their YouTube channel, and on all streaming platforms in their new album “The Light Is The Same,” featuring world-premiere recordings of works by composer Reena Esmail, Bill Douglas, and Grace Baugher-Dunlap, (recorded by Radium Recordings.)

Primary Program Description

PROGRAMS: “Finding Light” is a program featuring works that are centered on various aspects of light: the stars in the sky, smiling and laughing, social connection, hope, and more. “Finding Light” features works “How the Constellations Flicker” by Kansas composer Grace Baugher-Dunlap; a jazzy, dancing trio by composer Bill Douglas; a contemplative work centered on societal connection by award-winning composer Reena Esmail called “The Light is the Same”; Madeleine Dring’s jovial trio for Flute, Oboe, and Piano; Kansas composer Alyssa Morris’s work centered on mental wellness called “Coping,” and more. (Program currently available) “Infinities” is a program featuring works that reflect on concepts of the infinite: where a road or a circle ends, the vastness of space and the heavens, where a rainbow ends, and more.

“Infinities” features an upbeat, rocking work about the internet by Kansas composer Tony Rodriguez called “Untitled No_1”; a contemplative work by award-winning composer Amanda Harberg called “Crossroads”; an energetic and thoughtful trio by Kansas composer Alyssa Morris called “Of Infinity”; a medley of “Rainbow Connection and Somewhere Over the Rainbow”; and more. (Program available in May 2024)

Program Fee

$1600-$2000 plus mileage (at the current federal rate) and lodging. Negotiable

$300 per educational/community activity (up to 90 minutes) when included with a concert. Negotiable.

Educational Activity Information

Members of AGLOW Trio are experienced teachers, solo/ chamber/ and orchestral performers, composers, and music producers/ record label owners who serve on the music faculty at Kansas State University and Florida State University. Members of AGLOW Trio have presented performances and master classes around the globe for professional, general community, college, high school, middle school, and elementary-age musicians. Master class topics include:

  • Community or School Concerts “Finding Light,” “Infinities” or a range of other program possibilities with composer introductions and Q&A sessions (these can be 30 minute, 45 minute, or 60 minute concerts)
  • Community or School Concerts featuring audience engagement opportunities, including audience participation/ performance in AGLOW Trio pieces and collaboratively composing a new work in real time as an audience.
  • Community or School Concerts centered on highlighting works for flute, oboe, and piano by women composers.
  • Performance master classes in flute performance
  • Performance master classes in oboe performance
  • Oboe reed making master classes
  • Chamber music master classes
  • Composition master classes for any age: elementary, middle school, high school, college, community, professional; can feature “composing a composition on the spot” master class activity
  • Music business master classes
  • Master classes on the basics of recording/ producing music
Community Activity Information

Members of AGLOW Trio are experienced teachers, solo/ chamber/ and orchestral performers, composers, and music producers/ record label owners who serve on the music faculty at Kansas State University and Florida State University. Members of AGLOW Trio have presented performances and master classes around the globe for professional, general community, college, high school, middle school, and elementary-age musicians. Master class topics include:

  • Community or School Concerts “Finding Light,” “Infinities” or a range of other program possibilities with composer introductions and Q&A sessions (these can be 30 minute, 45 minute, or 60 minute concerts)
  • Community or School Concerts featuring audience engagement opportunities, including audience participation/ performance in AGLOW Trio pieces and collaboratively composing a new work in real time as an audience.
  • Community or School Concerts centered on highlighting works for flute, oboe, and piano by women composers.
  • Performance master classes in flute performance
  • Performance master classes in oboe performance
  • Oboe reed making master classes
  • Chamber music master classes
  • Composition master classes for any age: elementary, middle school, high school, college, community, professional; can feature “composing a composition on the spot” master class activity
  • Music business master classes
  • Master classes on the basics of recording/ producing music
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