Born from a desire to explore voices beyond those of standard classical chamber music, and to present engaging, off-beat performances, Trinitas Chamber Ensemble consists of three outstanding musicians with a shared vision and infectious onstage chemistry. Accomplished soloists in their own right, the members of Trinitas have performed around the world, including St. Petersburg (Russia), Llangollen (Wales), Uberlândia (Brazil), and Tegucigalpa (Honduras). Since its premier performance in 2015, Trinitas has inspired rave audience reaction at venues in Washington DC, Ontario, British Columbia, Alberta, the US Midwest, and at home in Newfoundland.
Nathan Cook (cello) and Michelle Cheramy (flute) are faculty members of Memorial University’s School of Music in St John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador. Phil Roberts (piano) is one of St. John’s most sought after chamber musicians, and was the founder of PlayPianoNL, an organization that inspired a deep love of the piano in countless young musicians in Newfoundland and Labrador.