Trillium Piano Trio – Violin/Piano/Cello

Trillium Piano Trio
304-422-0509
cynthia@trilliumpianotrio.com

This combination of musical talent consists of violinist David Puls, cellist Cynthia Puls, and pianist David Cooper. They offer several musical programs. If you are studying about Europe, the United States, or a certain time period, they can create a program to support your learning theme. All programs can be geared to a variety of grade levels and work to delight and inspire young minds. They also share concert etiquette to help students become aware of their role as “audience” (counts for 3 selections).

Age level: K-6 Time: 60 minutes Requirements: piano can be provided by Trio, if necessary. Availability: flexible with notice. study guide provided.

For biographical information on Cynthia and David Puls, see their individual pages.

Music Standard: Demonstrate appropriate audience etiquette at live performances.

  • Curriculum Guide Grades K-2

    • Language Arts and Social Studies

      • Active listening
      • Stories
      • Careers
      • American and foreign cultures
    • Math and Science

      • Number patterns
      • Geometric shapes
      • Counting
    • Arts

      • Music appreciation
      • Pitch
      • Melody
      • Rhythm
      • Music careers
      • Music etiquette
  • Curriculum Guide Grades 3-4

    • Language Arts and Social Studies

      • Vocabulary
      • Critical thinking
      • Audience etiquette
      • Famous musicians
    • Math and Science

      • Division
      • Fractions
      • Measurement
      • Inventions
    • Arts

      • Music appreciation
      • Notation
      • Composers
      • Careers in music
      • Music from other lands
      • Audience response
  • Curriculum Guide Grades 5-6

    • Language Arts and Social Studies

      • Vocabulary
      • Biography
      • Cultures and environment
      • Geography
    • Math and Science

      • Problem solving
      • Geometry
      • Graphs
      • Notation
    • Arts

      • Music appreciation
      • Notation
      • Composers
      • Careers
      • Other cultures
      • Evaluating a performance