Luminus will perform at the Sibyl Center in Stanley Tuesday evening at 7 p.m.
Members of the trio include pianist, Dianna Anderson; her husband, Erik Anderson, cello; and Jon Rumney, violin. All are faculty members at Minot State University in Minot, and perform with Minot Symphony Orchestra.
Dianna Anderson has performed throughout the midwest at public concert venues and outreach concerts for elementary through high-school students. At MSU, Dakota Chamber Music and International Music Camp, she serves as an instructor of piano and music theory. She is also a founding member of Musicians at Play, an ensemble specializing in jazz and chamber music for clarinet or saxophone, cello and piano. As a soloist, she has given numerous recitals in the Minot area with repertoire ranging from Bach to the present day.
Luminus is, from left, Erik Anderson, Dianna Anderson and Jon Rumney.
Erik Anderson, who began his cello studies at the age of 3, has also been featured as soloist with the symphonies of Grand Forks and Bismarck, and plays upright bass in a jazz combo. He has served as the director of Dakota Chamber Music since 2006. Together, the Andersons have accumulated an extensive repertoire of works for cello and piano.
Rumney teaches violin, viola, chamber music and music history at MSU. He is Concertmaster of the Minot Symphony Orchestra, and has frequently been a featured soloist with that ensemble as well as with the Missouri Valley Chamber Orchestra in Bismarck. He is the former artistic director of Dakota Chamber Music, a nationally recognized summer institute for strings and piano, and winner of the North Dakota String Teachers Association Distinguished Service Award (2003).
The Sibyl Center
(sibylcenter.org) is located at 301-1st St. SW in Stanley. Admission to the event is by free will donation at the door.