St. John’s, Worthington, invites you to hear Camarata Trio on Sunday, November 12 at 3 p.m. The Hospitality and Fellowship Committee will host a reception in the Atrium following the concert. We invite you to enjoy excellent music in a beautiful and historic space.

Comprised of Otterbein piano faculty member Suzanne Newcomb and Kenyon string faculty members Ariane Sletner and Luis Biava, all three of the trio’s musicians perform in the Columbus Symphony Orchestra, with Mr. Biava serving as principal cello. From 2014-16, Camarata performed the complete Piano Trios of Mozart and Beethoven at a series of ten concerts at Mozart’s Café in Clintonville. The trio’s inclusion of a contemporary work on each recital earned it a grant from the Johnstone Fund for New Music. In 2016, Camarata presented its entire contemporary repertoire, including works by Augusta Read Thomas, Jennifer Higdon, Elliott Carter, Leonard Bernstein, Arvo Pärt, and more, at the Garden Theatre in the Short North. They completed last year’s concert season with two recitals at the Orange Johnson House in Worthington, hosted by the Worthington Historical Society, with Suzanne performing on the newly refurbished 1824 Tröndlin fortepiano.

There is no charge for admission to the concert; a freewill offering will be taken to support the Music Series. St. John’s is located at 700 High Street in Worthington, on the southeast corner of the Olde Worthington Village Green (High Street at SR 161). Visit www.StJohnsWorthington.org for more information.