Premio Trio di Trieste 2002.
Trio is the first studio album from the Northern German band of the same name. It was released on October 27, 1981, by Mercury Records. It included a bonus single and has a handle attached to the cover.
In 2001 Ars Trio also won the first prize at the Concorso Internazionale Premio Trio di Trieste in Trieste, since today the last Italian ensemble that won this prestigious competition. Since then, Ars Trio di Roma has been invited by leading concert venues throughout Europe and also was featured on Italian TV RAI in the program I Concerti dei Quirinale with a national and European live broadcast by EBU-UER. In recent seasons, Ars Trio performed to great success at such major venues in Italy and abroad, appearing also at Martinu Hall-Lichtenstein Palace of Prague (Czech Republic), the Hall of Columns of the Kiev Philharmonic (Ukraine), the Stephaniensalle of Graz (Austria), and has participated at major festivals in Germany, such as the Scharwenka Festival in Lubeck.
Primo premio al Concorso Internazionale per complessi da camera "Trio di Trieste". Ci sarà anche il Trio Debussy di Torino tra i protagonisti dei nostri concerti 2019! Infatti per il Ventennale richiameremo in Stagione a Trieste tutti i vincitori del "Premio Trio di Trieste" ancora oggi in attività. il Trio Debussy vinse il primo premio nel 1997!! FF. Trio Debussy. September 25 at 10:49 AM ·. MITO 2018 Monastero di Bose.
The Orchestra of Teatro Lirico Giuseppe Verdi di Trieste has been a permanent ensemble since 1944, when it took on the name of Filarmonica Triestina ; in 1964 it was named after the theatre it perfoms in. It is worldwide known for its ability in performing a wide opera and symphonic repertory and has been conducted over the years by internationally renowned maestros, including Herbert von Karajan, Claudio Abbado, Riccardo Muti, Paul van Kempen, Thomas Schippers, Mario Rossi, Carlo Maria Giulini, Laslo Somogryi, Leonard Bernstein, Sergiu Celibidache, Gianandrea Gavazzeni, Daniel Oren, Gary Be. .
|Trio Per Pianoforte E Archi In Si Maggiore Op. 8|
|1||Allegro Con Brio|
|2||Scherzo. Allegro Molto|
|Trio Per Pianoforte E Archi In Mi Minore Op. 67|
|6||Allegro Non Troppo|
|Vitebsk: Studio Su Un Tema Ebraico|
- Cello – Patrizio Serino
- Composed By – Aaron Copland (tracks: 9), Dmitri Shostakovich (tracks: 5 to 8), Johannes Brahms (tracks: 1 to 4)
- Ensemble – Ars Trio
- Piano – Laura Pietrocini
- Violin – Marco Fiorentini