SchuberTrio
Giulio Giurato, piano
Roberto Noferini, violin
Andrea Noferini, cello


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After the Piano Degree in Bologna, Giulio Giurato specialized with Jorg Demus, Sergio Perticaroli, Boris Bekhterev. Since 1984 he plays as soloist and in different ensembles in several Countries and in all over Italy; he successfully took part in many important musical events. Moreover he was valued in many competitions, both as a soloist and in duo. In 1995 played with the "Accademia Bizantina" Chamber Orchestra in Luzern, at the famous International Festival; in 1998 performed with the guitarist Alirio Diaz. Since 1998 he plays in four hands with Joerg Demus, with whom he performed in several "Schubertiadi" where they got enthusiastic appreciations by audience and press: "...in the Schubert Fantasie in F moll Demus and Giurato provided such an enchanting interpretation, with technical perfection, deep lyricism and touching sounds..." (Il Giornale di Vicenza). Giulio Giurato teaches Chamber Music in the Cosenza State Music Conservatory.

Roberto Noferini got the highest degree in Milan, then he specialized with Arthur Grumiaux, Salvatore Accardo, Dora Schwartzberg and Pavel Vernikov. He won several violin and chamber music international competitions. Many experts consider him one of the most gifted musicians of his generation. He took part to important festivals and seasons in Italy and in Europe. He plays chamber music with great musicians and as a solist he keeps on performing the main violin concerts. Roberto Noferini recorded with the pianist Bruno Canino two compact-discs dedicated to Antonio Bazzini and Ferruccio Busoni, for Bongiovanni musical editions and other recordings by Atopos and Tactus.

Andrea Noferini got the highest degree at the age of 18 and completed his studies with Antonio Janigro, Paul Tortelier, Yo-Yo Ma and André Navarra. Awarded in many international competitions, plays like a soloist with important orchestras. Many experts consider him one of the most gifted musicians of his generation. He has given recitals in the most important places and prestigious festival in all the world. He records for  Dynamic, Warner Bros., Bongiovanni and Tactus musical editions.
Since 1991 he’s currently cello soloist of Opera Theater Orchestra in Rome.

The members of SchuberTrio made permanent ensemble after fruitful collaborations with great musicians like Jörg Demus, Bruno Giuranna, Antony Pay, Emanuele Segre, Alirio Diaz, Rocco Filippini, Toby Hoffman, Bruno Canino in the most various chamber ensembles.
The Trio has got good appreciations since their début in Bologna, July 2000, with Franz Schubert’s opus 100 Trio, and the same composer inspired their name. Among the successful concert done, will be remembered the one in Bari - St. Nicholas Basilica, the complete execution of the Schubert's Piano – trios in Turin, and in Rimini – Meeting for People Friendship, August 2000, with two thousand people listening, the smash of Dvoràk Dumky-Trio in Rome Capitol and Sala Bossi in Bologna. With the reading of Leopardi by Giancarlo Giannini by the directions of Otello Cenci they got great approvals from the excited public of  University Aula Magna S. Lucy in Bologna, 2005 and Meeting at Rimini, 2010. In the same year they played at "Saladin Little City" in Cairo, Egypt with much appreciations.
The Compact discs "Schubert - Complete works for piano-trio", "Marco Enrico Bossi – Complete works for piano-trio" and "Marco Enrico Bossi - Complete Chamber Works vol. II", all edited by Tactus, got great appreciations by press and public. Wrote the great musician Joerg Demus after listening Bossi’s Trios CD: “My heartfelt congratulations. You gave to me a great musical joy and also my bravo, bravissimo to all performers; especially Andrea, he has a great sound personality. Is a very excellent disc and I send to you my sincere congratulations”.
 


Example Programme

L. van Beethoven
(1770-1827)
Trio in B moll major opus 11 (1798)
Allegro con brio
Adagio
Nine Variations on the Theme “Pria ch’io l’impegno”:
Allegretto – Allegro

Franz Schubert
(1797 – 1828)
Notturno in E moll major D. 897 (1827)
Adagio

* * * *

Franz Schubert
Trio in B moll major opus 99 (1827)
Allegro moderato
Andante un poco mosso
Scherzo: Allegro, trio, Allegro
Rondò: Allegro vivace - Presto

Total time about 75 minutes
 

Second example Programme

“SCHUBERTIADE”

Franz Schubert
(1797-1828)

Sonatina in D major opus 137 n. 1 for piano and violin D. 384 (1816)
Allegro molto
Andante
Allegro vivace

Sonata in A minor for arpeggione and piano D. 821 (1824)
Allegro moderato
Adagio
Allegretto

* * * * *

Trio in E moll major opus 100 D. 929 (1827)
Allegro
Andante con moto
Scherzando: Allegro moderato e Trio
Allegro moderato

Total time about 95 minutes

(also with the second sonatina in A minor op. 137 n. 2 for piano and violin
instead of the first in D major, total time about 90 minutes,
or with Trio Opus 99 instead of Opus 100)
this Schubertiade may be longer than 120 min. with the collaboration by
Maria Claudia Bergantin, soprano, adding some famous lieder also with cello,
and adding some piano solo Impromptus
 

Third example Programme

“THE SCHUBERT'S TWO PIANO TRIOS”

Franz Schubert
(1797-1828)

Trio in B moll major opus 99 (1827)
Allegro moderato
Andante un poco mosso
Scherzo: Allegro, trio, Allegro
Rondò: Allegro vivace - Presto

* * * *

Trio in E moll major opus 100 (1827)
Allegro
Andante con moto
Scherzando: Allegro moderato e trio
Allegro moderato

Total time about 95 minutes
 

Fourth Example Programme

Franz Schubert
(1797 – 1828)
Trio in B moll major opus 99 (1827)
Allegro moderato
Andante un poco mosso
Scherzo: Allegro, trio, Allegro
Rondò: Allegro vivace - Presto

* * * *

Anton Dvoràk
(1841 – 1904)
Trio opus 90 “Dumky” (1894)
1. Lento maestoso / Allegro quasi doppio movimento / Tempo I / Allegro
2. Poco Adagio / Vivace non troppo
3. Andante /Vivace non troppo / Andante
4. Andante moderato (Quasi tempo di Marcia) Allegretto scherzando / Tempo I / Allegro
5. Allegro
6. Lento Maestoso / Vivace – Quasi doppio movimento / Lento / Vivace.
 

Total time about 75 minutes
 

Fifth example Programme

Marco Enrico Bossi
(1861-1925)
Trio in D minor opus 107 (1896)
I. Allegro moderato
II. Dialogo: Larghetto
III. Scherzo: Vivace/Poco meno/Tempo primo
IV. Finale: Festoso/Presto

* * * * *

Antonin Dvoràk
(1841 – 1904)
Trio opus 90 “Dumky” (1894)
1. Lento maestoso / Allegro quasi doppio movimento / Tempo I / Allegro
2. Poco Adagio / Vivace non troppo
3. Andante /Vivace non troppo / Andante
4. Andante moderato (Quasi tempo di Marcia) Allegretto scherzando / Tempo I / Allegro
5. Allegro
6. Lento Maestoso / Vivace – Quasi doppio movimento / Lento / Vivace.

SchuberTrio
Giulio Giurato, piano
Roberto Noferini, violin
Andrea Noferini, cello

Total time about 60 minutes
 


 

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