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Davide & Daniele Trivella

  • Piano Duo

Biography

Davide & Daniele Trivella: Wherever they play, they capture the audience, including music critics, with the originality of their style, their extraordinary agreement and their highly communicative interpretations.
In the 2000, at a concert with the pianist Pierre-Laurent Aimard at the Venice Biennale, they performed Schoenberg’s transcriptions and piano works, impressing both critics and music lovers. Their versatility can be seen in their vast repertoire, ranging from 18th Century to contemporary music; it includes some fundamental works of the 20th Century such as Messiaen’s “Visions de l’Amen”, Hindemith’s sonatas, the orchestral works op.16 by Schoenberg/Webern, and Stravinsky’s works for duo and works works by (jazz) composers such as Gershwin, Piazzolla, Giovanni Sollina and Maurizio Curcio, which the two brothers often accomplish, as well as works by contemporary composers such as Ernesto Rubin de Cervin (Offerte and L'Ultimo Corale), Luca Mosca and Frank Zabel.
Davide and Daniele Trivella have developed their music talent with Alberto Colombo in Milan, with Pier Narciso Masi at the Accademia Musicale in Florence and also with Katia Labèque at the Accademia Chigiana in Siena, Alfons Kontarsky at the Mozarteum in Salzburg, Alexander Lonquich in Loano, Bruno Canino in Milan and Thérèse Dussaut in Paris.
Among their numerous engagements is also the series of concerts they are giving at the chamber music festival of "Cape Classic", taking place in South-Africa in February 2006. During this Festival Davide and Daniele Trivella are performing as soloists, in duos and trios. They have played for Rai Tre (Roma), Radio France, Radio Israel and they have made a CD for the Phoenix label.