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Borletti-Buitoni Trust
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It was really a great honour for us to be included in a list of such talented artists as the one of the BB trust winners. This award and recognition was absolutely unexpected and confirms the hard work that has been done by the Trio. What we are most proud of is that BB trust leads its winners towards understanding the complicated ways to achieve international recognition, focusing in particular both on their artistic improvement and their relationships in the wider commercial music world. In a context where you often are left alone, BB trust makes you feel accompanied with courtesy and discretion.

David Trio"

The David Trio received support from BBT between 2006 and 2009, when this page was last updated.  For an up to date biography go to www.davidtrio.com

Claudio Trovajoli piano
Daniele Pascoletti violin
David Cohen cello

The David Trio made its international debut in April 2004 winning First Prize at the J. F. Haydn International Chamber Music Competition in Vienna. They were also awarded a Special Prize given by the Bösendorfer Foundation for the best interpretation of a Haydn Trio. Composed of international prize winning and experienced chamber musicians, it has attended the Masterclasses of Hatto Beyerle of the Altenberg Trio Wien, and of the Trio di Trieste. The trio is a member of the European Chamber Music Academy. Already present on the Italian concert scene with concerts at the I concerti del Quirinale in Rome which was broadcast live by RAI-Radio3, Società del Quartetto of Vercelli, Teatro Ponchielli in Cremona, Teatro Olimpico in Vicenza, Amici della Musica of Padova, Pescara, Foggia, Modena, Udine and others of the most important concert series in Italy. The David Trio has also been invited to play by the Festival Casals of Prades, Haydn Festival of Eisenstadt, Rohrau Haydn-Gedenkstätte, St. Pölten Festspielhaus, Allegro Vivo Chamber Festival and Montpellier-Radio France Festival. In 2005, the trio won First Prize at the 21st Chamber Music Competition, Yellow Springs in Ohio and in 2006 the First Prize and Public Prize at the International Chesapeake Chamber Music Competition in Washington DC. Their recent tour of South America included playing in Chile, Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay and Mexico to great critical acclaim. In 2008 they participated as teachers at the "Cameralia" of Santiago de Compostella in Spain. Their recording of Schubert’s Complete Music for Piano Trio is released on Altara Classics in November 2008.

Last Updated: February 2009

  • Study costs
  • Printing of new brochure
  • Assistance with recording for Altara
Schubert Piano Trios

Schubert Piano Trios

Schubert: Trio No.1 in B-flat major, D.898 (Op.99)
(first movement Allegro moderato)

Schubert: Trio No.2 in E-flat major, D.929 (Op.100) (second movement Andante con moto)

This Italian piano trio releases its first recording on Altara. Schubert\'s two trios, both written in the last year of the composer\'s life, are coupled with the Sonatensatz, D.28 and Notturno, D.897, on this double CD.

David Trio


ALT 1038(2)

Supported by Borletti-Buitoni Trust

Artist Website

www.davidtrio.com

General Management

Mario Giovanni Ingrassia at MA Music
telephone: +39 055 0516760
mgingrassia@mamusic.it
www.mamusic.it

Artist Contact

Claudio Trovajoli at
telephone: + 39 347 168 1411
c.trovajoli@gmail.com