The Aerie Trio, consisting of Diane Berry on flute (left to right), Kathryn Le Gros on piano and clarinet, and Nathan Jacklin on cello will hit the stage at the Highlands Music Coffee House Series this weekend. (Contributed photo)

Aerie Trio to hit the stage at Highlands coffee house series

Event takes place on Saturday, Feb. 10

Highlands residents will have the chance to hear music from the Aerie Trio this weekend.

As part of February’s Highlands Music Coffee House Series, the trio consisting of Diane Berry on flute, Nathan Jacklin on cello and Kathryn Le Gros on piano and clarinet, will perform an eclectic range of music from classical to classics, and light jazz to “Oblivion.”

The Highlands Music Coffee house takes place Saturday, Feb. 10 at the Caleb Pike House (1589 Millstream Rd). Doors open at 7 p.m. and entertainment starts at 7:30.

The next event takes place on Saturday, March 10, when Ozmoses will perform. For more information visit highlands.ca.


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