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Berkshire Trio

The Unicorn Theatre
6 East Street · Stockbridge · MA 01262
Berkshire Trio

Bing Liu (Viola, Violin, Suzuki Violin)
A graduate of the Boston Conservatory of Music, Bing Liu began her musical career in China, winning prestigious string competitions at the age of 14. She has a Master’s Degree in Viola Performance from Boston University, Boston Conservatory’s Orchestra Performance Diploma Program. She performed with the first China Youth Symphony Orchestra, which visited over thirty European cities on tour in the 1980s. Bing is a frequent freelance performer, and she is also the co-founder of the Berkshire Trio.

Eileen Markland (Violin/Fiddle, Suzuki Violin, Viola)
Eileen studied violin performance at the Crane School of Music and the Ithaca College School of Music. Currently, Eileen is a frequent freelance performer. She teaches at the Berkshire Music School, and was appointed to the staff in 1999. Eileen has composed, performed, and recorded violin music. In 2001, she performed in France and West Africa. In October 2002, she performed at the United Nations’ Peace Summit in Switzerland.

Jay Shulman (Cellist)
Cellist Jay Shulman was born to a musical family in New York. After early studies with Anthony Sophos, Lilian Rehberg Goodman and Harvey Shapiro. Jay attended Syracuse University where he studied with Federick Miller, and also attended Colby College, where he studied with the Hungarian String Quartet. Jay was also a co-founder of the Rochambeau Trio, and with pianist Fredrica Wyman, the River Duo. A member of the Long Island Philharmonic, Jay is the cellist of the River Ensemble, and teaches and performs throughout the Hudson Valley. He has recorded with the Bronx Art Ensemble and is heard on the soundtrack of Sedat Pakay’s PBS documentary Josef and Anni Albers. He has produced CD reissues of the Stuyvesant String Quartet for Parnassus and Bridge Records, and of the music of his father, Alan Shulman, for Bridge and Help Records.

Tickets: $15 Children 16 and under • $25 Adults

Food provided by KJ Nosh for additional $15.
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There will be a 50% discount on tickets for front line workers.
Please call the box office for more information or to purchase.

Patrons should bring low back chairs and/or blankets to enjoy this performance under the tent.

Hot cider and donuts from Hilltop Orchards will be also available for purchase on site.

Recommended for ages 10+

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