Trio di Parma

2017-01-13 00:00:00

With its 26 years of activity, the Trio di Parma is one of the longest-lived chamber ensembles in the international music scene. Born within the Conservatoire of their own city, the Trio is considered the musical heir of the legendary Trio di Trieste, to which it owes its formation. In 1994, the Trio was awarded the “Premio Abbiati”.

The success earned at the most important international chamber music competitions, from the Vittorio Gui in Florence to the ARD in Munich, gave an impulse to the intense concert career of the Trio, both in Italy and abroad. From Salzburg to Duino, from Fiesole to various Italian conservatoires – the courses and master classes held by the three Masters are very sought-after.

A monographic programme focusing on Beethoven marks the comeback of the Trio to our Fazioli Concert Hall. On stage three instruments by Italian makers: a Giovanni Battista Guadagnini violin dating back to 1744, a 1775 Vincenzo Panormo cello and the Fazioli grand piano, of course!

« Complex, mature, of remarkable artistic stature…
What they gave us was worthy of admiration
and deep emotion… Endowed with a distinguished musical
presence, a result of their interpretative clarity,
amazing technique and expressive awareness,
the three of them are a reassuring reality. »

Angelo Foletto (La Repubblica)

LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN  (Bonn, 1770 - Vienna, 1827)
Introduzione e Variazioni in sol maggiore, op. 121a
sul Lied "Ich bin der Schneider Kakadu", dal Singspiel "Die Schwestern von Prag" di Wenzel Müller

  • Introduzione. "Adagio assai"
  • Tema. "Allegretto". Dieci Variazioni.

Trio per archi e pianoforte n. 5 in re maggiore, op. 70 n. 1, “Spettri”

  • Allegro vivace e con brio
  • Largo assai
  • Presto

Trio per archi e pianoforte n. 7 in si bemolle maggiore op. 97, "L’Arciduca”

  • Allegro moderato
  • Scherzo. Allegro
  • Andante cantabile me pero con moto (re maggiore)
  • Allegro moderato