The TWO OCEANS TRIO is a new and exciting Canadian chamber ensemble which will be touring in the region and performing in Fredericton: • Tuesday, October 4 - St. Thomas University, McCain Hall 101 Recital Room. An informal talk open to the public about the music that will be perfromed the next evening at UNB, 7.00 pm. • Wednesday, October 5 - Music On The Hill Concert Series, Memorial Hall, University of New Brunswick, 7.30 pm Its members are Karin Aurell, Swedish flutist based in New Brunswick; pianist Janet Hammock, also based in New Brunswick and Professor Emeritus of Music at Mount Allison University; and Joel Stobbe, British Columbia cellist and educator and one of the founding members of the Borealis String Quartet. All three musicians bring a wealth of experience in live performance to the group, and the concerts are expected to be highlights in the fall concert calendar. The exciting program, reflecting the musicians' keen interest in performing new music as well as their love of the classical repertoire, will be of interest to a large audience of classical music lovers. It includes a Haydn Trio, one of the earliest works for this instrumental ensemble and a beautiful piece of chamber music; an evocative and rhythmically driven trio by Czech composer Bohuslav Martinu; the fiery trio which inspired the program, by Argentinian-Canadian composer Martin Kutnowski; and première performances of a new trio by NS/BC composer Anthony Genge for bass flute, cello and piano. The low resonant sounds of the bass flute and cello together in this meditative work is absolutely mesmerizing. Featured on the program will be the first performances of a stunning new duo for flute and piano, Seeing My Feverish Hours..., by Martin Kutnowski, inspired by three poems by Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer (1836-1870), the best known of Spain's nineteenth century poets. Appropriately, the program will finish with three tangos, two by the master of nuevo tango Astor Piazzolla, and one by José Bragato, the most famous cellist in the history of tango.