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For its first touring chamber group of the season, Ensemble Music engaged the young, energetic ATOS Trio in a program of Czech Romantic music.
More than dudes hitting stuff with sticks
Three and a half stars
As a moniker,
is potently more catchy than
The Osiris Trio
- evidently the feelings of its current all-female threesome. Violinist Tinta Schmidt von Altenstadt, cellist Larissa Groeneveld and pianist Ellen Corver comprise Osiris, an all Dutch trio established in Amsterdam in 1988 and appearing here last Wednesday. The name paradoxically derives from the ancient Egyptian god of the underworld: husband and brother of Isis. Why these consummate musicians would latch onto a mythological, incestuous male - though surely incidental and unimportant - remains nonetheless intriguing.
Mark Szobody's management of the Indiana History Center Theater combines entrepreneurial grit with matchmaking gusto. For Szobody, the potential for developing and maintaining new and unusual performance relationships in an unlikely location began before the July 10, 1999, opening of the $35.75 million, Neoclassical-style building at 450 W. Ohio St.
Pamela Steele is in her 13th year as volunteer president of the Ensemble Music Society. EMS, established in 1944, presents a six-concert season at the Indiana History Center Theater at 7:30 p.m., preceded by an informance session at 6:45 p.m. The Ying Quartet opens the 2004-'05 season on Oct. 13. Steele spoke with NUVO about her dedication to EMS and chamber music.