Vendor Spotlight – Trio 864

How many note-worthy trios can you name? The Three Stooges, Alvin and the Chipmunks, Charlie’s Angels…how about we add Trio 864 to that list! This group of three provides elegant music for special events in the Upstate including wedding ceremonies, wedding receptions, cocktail parties, funerals, and more.

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Meet Artistic Director and Resident Cellist of Trio 864, Laura Koelle Pyle. Laura is originally from Chicago but moved to Greenville a few years ago. Heavily involved in the local music community of the Upstate, Laura is a member of a handful of orchestras and teaches music at Clemson University. While her trio started out as a piano trio, it has evolved to better suit clients with different instruments. The rest of the group’s musicians are highly trained like Laura–each holding one or more professional degrees in music, specifically pertaining to their main instrument of choice.

There are a variety of ensembles to choose from depending on the event location and your overall budget. Need that wonderfully classic tune for a wedding ceremony? Don’t worry about timing because Trio 864 is trained to perform during processionals making the timing spot on and the transition easy as can be. Furthermore, there are tons of great songs to choose from. Trio 864 simply provides a documented list with links to YouTube videos so you can see and hear everything before making a selection.

Trio 864 takes their clients very seriously, and strive to make their work beautiful and pitch perfect every time. Give them a call today to ensure some excellent event music!

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