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Trio Solano

Founded during the pandemic shutdown in 2020, Trio Solano performs traditional and new string trio repertoire throughout the San Francisco Bay Area.  They received a grant from InterMusic SF in 2021, a Silver Medal from Global Music Awards in 2022, and frequently team up with pianist Miles Graber.

Dan Flanagan

Dan Flanagan currently serves as Concertmaster of the Sacramento Philharmonic and Opera, Concertmaster of West Edge Opera, and Instructor of Violin at University of California, Berkeley.  The 2022-23 season includes solo recitals in New York City, San Francisco, Berkeley, Oakland, Sacramento, Houston, Los Angeles, Chicago, Rome, Perugia, London, Bordeaux, and Paris.  His program, The Bow and the Brush, includes 23 newly composed solo violin pieces inspired by paintings and sculptures.  A dedicated orchestral player, Flanagan has performed as concertmaster with the Oakland Symphony, Santa Rosa Symphony, California Symphony, California Musical Theater, Festival Opera of Walnut Creek, Symphony San Jose, Modesto Symphony, Opera Parallèle, Merced Symphony and Symphony Napa Valley.  He performs regularly with the San Francisco Opera and Ballet and records film, video game, and television soundtracks with the Skywalker Symphony Orchestra.

Paul Ehrlich

Paul Ehrlich (viola) is a member of The San Francisco Ballet Orchestra; he also performs frequently with The San Francisco Opera Orchestra and San Francisco Symphony. His previous positions have included The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra and Phoenix Symphony. A frequent chamber music performer, he is a member of The Sacramento Chamber Music Society and collaborates with several other Bay Area chamber groups. Dr. Ehrlich was educated at The Royal College of Music, London, Cambridge University, and Yale School of Music, where he completed the Doctor of Musical Arts degree. His principal teachers include Raphael Hillyer, Jaroslav Vanecek, and Karen Tuttle.

Victoria Ehrlich

Victoria Ehrlich (cello) studied at Southern Methodist University, the Academia di Santa Cecilia in Rome, and the State University of New York at Stony Brook. Her teachers included Robert Marsh, Bernard Greenhouse, and Robert Gardner. Prior to joining the San Francisco Opera Orchestra in 1984, she played with the Santa Fe Opera, the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival, and was principal cellist with the Symphonies of Omaha, Richmond and Phoenix. Ms. Ehrlich has performed with the San Francisco Ballet, San Francisco Symphony, the New Century Chamber Orchestra, Composers Inc., Berkeley Symphony, the Russian Chamber Orchestra, and Lamplighters. She is also an active chamber musician, performing regularly with the Ariel Quartet, resident ensemble of the Sacramento Chamber Music Society; the Bridge Players, who specialize in music by Jewish and Holocaust composers; the Picasso Ensemble, who present concerts in the historic Senon House in Aptos; the International Orange Piano Quartet; and the Fath Chamber Players, a fixture in Mill Valley