Central Music & Arts strives to present a mosaic of artistic expressions in a setting where faith, music, & arts thrive. 

H30 Jazz Trio Performing during Worship
Central Lutheran Church Parking Lot
September 13th at 9:30 am

About the H3O Jazz Trio
H3O Jazz Trio features a father and his two sons. They began playing together when the younger son, Max, was only 14 years old. Along with older brother Hans on drums and vibes and dad Eric on the piano the group was asked to play for a private pool party and haven’t stopped since!

Eric Heukeshoven is an assistant professor of music and director of Jazz Studies at Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota. Hans Heukeshoven is a 2014 graduate of Saint Mary’s with degrees in Music Performance and Computer Science and works as a software engineer. Max Heukeshoven is a 2019 graduate of Saint Mary’s with degree in Music Industry and plans to attend law school.

H3O performs a wide variety of jazz styles including original music.
They have worked as the rhythm section for numerous area professionals including Minnesota Music Hall of Fame’s Les Fields, The D’Sievers, and Dr. John Paulson. Recent appearances include Gray Duck Theater and Coffeehouse, Rochester City Jazz Fest, Castle Community, Midwest Music Fest, Great River Shakespeare Festival, HBC25’s Artwork Winona, Free Family Concert Series, Blooming Grounds Coffee House, Winona County Historical Society, Steele County Historical Society, Minnesota Marine Art Museum, Winghaven Pizza Farm, Salem Glen Winery, Grace Presbyterian Church, Faith Lutheran Church, and numerous private events. The Winona, MN trio hosts a monthly Jazz Jam at Island City Brewing Company usually on the third Sunday of every month from 2:30 to 5:30 pm.

More information about the H3O Jazz Trio and current calendar can be found on their website – H3OJazz.com

Dr. Christopher Mechell

Piano Concert

This concert has been postponed due to COVID-19 and will be rescheduled at a later date.

Dr. Christopher Mechell Bio

Winona HIMS

Choral Ensemble

This performance has been postponed due to COVID-19.

Winona HIMS Website