Ludwig Van Beethoven
Concerto Triplo in Do maggiore, Op.56 per pianoforte, violino, violoncello e orchestra
1. Allegro, 17:49
2. Largo, 4:47
3. Rondò alla polacca — Allegro — Tempo I, 13:28
Live recording made at Sala Piccola Fenice, Trieste (Italy), on January 27, 2019
Trio in Re maggiore, Op.70, N.1 "Gli Spiriti"
4. Allegro Vivace e con brio, 7:08
5. Largo assai ed espressivo, 11:22
6. Presto, 8:41
Studio recording made at Magister Area Studios, Preganziol (Italy), on August, 5, 2019
24bit/88.2kHz digital recording, analog mix and mastering, made by Marco Lincetto himself, using the ultimate in digital and analog technology
Stefano Furini, violin
Cecilia Barucca Sebastiani, cello
Alberto Boischio, piano
Amadeus Adriatic Orchestra,
Stefano Sacher, conductor
Production: VELUT LUNA
Executive producer: Marco Lincetto
Musical producer: Matteo Boischio
Recording, mix & mastering: Marco Lincetto
Recording assistant in Trieste: Fulvio Strain
Photo: Marco Lincetto
Il Trio Rachmaninov si costituisce a Trieste nel 1995, compie la sua formazione a Duino presso la Scuola Internazionale di Musica da Camera del Trio di Trieste e nell’anno successivo ottiene il primo premio assoluto al concorso Internazionale di Musica da Camera di Pinerolo a cui fa seguito una nutrita attività concertistica in Italia e all’estero.
Attualmente il Trio Rachmaninov è formato da;
Stefano Furini, spalla stabile del Teatro Verdi di Trieste dal 1990 e primo violino di spalla ospite in numerosi importanti teatri tra cui il Teatro Alla Scala, anch’egli iniziò col padre e, dopo il diploma con lode sotto la guida del M° Piero Toso, si afferma in diversi concorsi nazionali ed internazionali continuando la formazione presso l’Accademia di Duino del Trio di Trieste assieme ad Alberto Boischio, pianista del Trio.
Cecilia Barucca Sebastiani, giovane violoncellista Triestina inizia gli studi col padre (allievo di Libero Lana…), dopo il brillante diploma col M° Serafin al conservatorio di Trieste, ottiene prestigiosi piazzamenti in numerose competizioni nazionali ed internazionali. Completa la sua formazione presso l’Accademia Stauffer di Cremona con Rocco Filippini, alla Chamber Music Accademy di Duino col Trio di Parma e presso la Fondazione Romanini con Giovanni Sollima.
Alberto Boischio, pianista padovano, dopo il diploma con lode a Padova inizia un lungo percorso cameristico dapprima in duo con Furini che portò per l’appunto alla formazione del Trio Rachmaninov all’Accademia del Trio di Trieste, inieme anche al violoncellista Jacopo Francini. Attualmente è docente di Accompagnamento Pianistico e Pratica Vocale presso il conservatorio Buzzolla di Adria e Maestro di sala e palcoscenico presso il Teatro la Fenice di Venezia.
The Trio Rachmaninov was founded in Trieste on 1995 and they began the musical preparation under the guide of The Trio di Trieste at the Chamber Musica International Academy in Duino.
They won the first prize at The Chamber Music International Competion of Pinerolo on 1996 and then they started a rich and log season of concerts all over the world for many years.
Actually The Rachmaninov Trio is composed by two of the original founders, Stefano Furini, violin and Alberto Boischio, piano and the new member Cecilia Barucca Sebastiani, cello.
Stefano Furini is the permanent first violin of Teatro Verdi in Trieste and the guest first violin of many important Theather all over the world, first of all of Teatro Alla Scala in Milan. He started his career also as soloist after the excellence degree cum laude at the Conservatorio di Musica in Padova under the guide of Maestro Piero Toso and then he won several national and international musical competitions. He completed his musical studies at the Chamber Music International Academy in Duino, with the pianist Alberto Boischio.
Cecilia Barucca Sebastiani young cellist from Trieste, started her musical studies under the guide of her father. After the brilliant degree cum laude under the guide of Maestro Tullio Serafin at the State Conservatorio in Trieste, she reached brilliant places in several national and international competitions. She ultimated her musical studies at the Accademia Stauffer in Cremona under the guide of Maestro Rocco Filippini and at the Chamber Music Academy in Duino, under the guide of The Trio di Parma and, last but not least, at Fondazione Romanini under Giovanni Sollima.
Alberto Boischio, pianist from Padova, after the degree cum laude at the State Conservatorio in Padova began an intense concert chamber music activity in several concerts, first founding a musical duo with Stefano Furini, that leaded him to founder the Trio Rachmaninov with Stefano Furini himself and with the cellist Jacopo Francini. Actually he is permanent Professor of Accompagnamento Pianistico and Pratica Vocale at the State Conservatorio Buzzolla in Adria and Maestro and stage director at the Teatro La Fenice in Venezia.
AMADEUS ADRIATIC ORCHESTRA (AAO) è un’orchestra giovanile sorta nel dicembre 2015 nell’ambito dell’ Associazione Mozart Italia-sede di Trieste.
Ha al suo attivo decine di concerti , principalmente in Italia, Austria e Slovenia. Il suo repertorio comprende sinfonie e concerti di Haydn, Mozart, Schubert, Beethoven, Mendelssohn, Chopin, musiche di Saint Saens, Respighi e musica contemporanea.
Dal 2017 i progetti musicali di AAO sono sostenuti dalla Regione Friuli Venezia Giulia.
Amadeus Adriatic Orchestra è fondata e diretta da Stefano Sacher
AMADEUS ADRIATIC ORCHESTRA (AAO) is the youth orchestra of the Mozart Society Italy-Trieste, which started its activity in December 2015. AAO has performed so far music by Haydn, Mozart Schubert, Beethoven, Mendelssohn, Chopin, Saint Saens, Respighi and contemporary music with concerts in Italy, Austria and Slovenia.
Since 2017 AAO musical projects are supported by Friuli Venezia Giulia Region.
The founder and conductor of the Orchestra is Stefano Sacher.
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