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Popular chamber ensemble will return to the Blue Heron

Tanya Stambuk, Kevin Krentz and Brittany Boulding Breeden of Finisterra Trio will return to the Blue heron on Friday. - Courtesy Photo
Tanya Stambuk, Kevin Krentz and Brittany Boulding Breeden of Finisterra Trio will return to the Blue heron on Friday.
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The Finisterra Trio, a favorite from last year’s Vashon Chamber Music Concert Series, will return to the Blue Heron for a show at 7:30 p.m. Friday.

The Finisterra Trio, which formed in 2003, has become a well recognized chamber ensemble throughout the Northwest. NPR and Seattle’s KING FM have both featured the trio — Brittany Boulding Breeden on violin, Kevin Krentz on cello and Tanya Stambuk on piano.

With a reputation for its insightful interpretive work, Finisterra plays a combination of modern works, the standard repertoire and other imaginative, lesser-known pieces.

Tickets to the show are $18 for VAA members, students and seniors or $22 for general audience and are available at VAA or www.vashonalliedarts.org.

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