GVSU trio to play at SLDL on Sunday

SPRING LAKE - The Grand Valley State University Faculty String Trio will perform at Spring Lake District Library on Sunday, March 27. The 3 p.m. performance is free. The trio is Gregory Maytan, violinist; Paul Swantek, violist; and Pablo Mahve-Veglia, cellist. They will treat attendees to compositions by Ludwig van Beethoven, Zoltan Kodaly and Sergei Taneyev.
Mark Brooky
Mar 21, 2011


Maytan joined the GVSU faculty in 2010. He also performs regularly as a soloist, and as a chamber and orchestral musician. Maytan has performed with orchestras in Nevada, Indiana, Sweden and China; and participated in the chamber music festival “Musikveckan” in Junsele, Sweden.

Swantek retired in 2006 from the U.S. Air Force after 20 years of service. He performs with the Grand Rapids Symphony, and teaches at GVSU and in Washington, D.C., where he continues his performance as a freelance musician and principal violist with the National Gallery Orchestra.

Mahave-Veglia is also a member of the GVSU faculty. His repertoire ranges from the early Baroque, performed on period instruments, to the work of contemporary Latin-American composers. He has appeared as soloist or chamber musician throughout Europe and South America. His “modern” instrument is a 1790 William

Forster on loan to him by an anonymous private collector.

The library is located at 123 E. Exchange St. in Spring Lake.

More information about the Faculty String Trio can be found at http://web.me.com/heduitman/trio...
For additional information about library programs and services, visit www.sllib.org



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