BIOGRAPHY


Duo Cécile was born from the union of two very different personalities but bound together by the desire to play together and refine the repertoire for flute and piano with a special interest to contemporary music.

In May 2016 Duo Cécile wins the First Prize at the Grand Prize Virtuoso Music Competition in Salzburg, performing at the Wiener Saal of the Mozarteum.

 

 

 


Vanessa Innocenti was born in 1989. She graduated, when she was 17 years old, in Flute with the highest marks under the guidance of Prof. V. Moraschini at the Istituto Musicale « G. Donizetti » in Bergamo.

She wins many national and international competitions such as the « Concours international Nerini » in Paris, « Competition Riviera della Versilia Daniele Ridolfi », « European Competition for flute » in Thessaloniki (Greece).

In 2011 it was ranked in second place, with no first prize awarded in national competitions for only flutists « Francesco Cilea » and « Emanuele Krakamp »; in 2012 he won second place in the international contest of Riddes, first place at the International Competition for young performers « City of Chieri » and first place in the competition « F. Cilea « .
He is a fixed member of the « Trio Beatrice » by which was ranked first in the « Spring chamber » contest at Lugano engraving the « Serenade op.25 » by Beethoven for the Radio of Italian Switzerland.
She participated in several international master classes held by M ° R. Trevisani, R. Wilson by Professor Daniela Pisano, M. Zoni, A. Persichilli, M. Ancillotti, A. Oliva, M. and D. Caroli Formisano .
E ‘was chosen as the executor of the Sonata for flute and piano composed by Maestro Giancarlo Aquilanti (professor of composition at the University of Stanford in California), at a conference in Trento.
He obtained the position of second flute at Como « Music Academy Orchestra » and worked as principal flute in the Orchestra of Franciacorta and the Orchestra Filarmonica di Torino.

In 2010 she received with honors the « Master of Arts in Music Performance » at the Conservatory of Italian Switzerland, and in October 2012 she obtained, always with praise, the « Master of Arts in Specialized Music Performance ».

In 2012 she graduated in Literature with highest honors at the University in Bergamo, with a thesis on Edgar Varèse. She is professor of flute class sideways at the Middle School.


Angela Trematore was born in 1991 and began studying piano at age six with Prof. Sonia Trematore, at the Civic School of Music « L. Rossi in Torremaggiore and later with Prof. Maria Rosaria Oliviero.

In 2009 she graduated in piano at the Conservatory of Music « U. Giordano  » in Foggia, with a score of ten out of ten, under the guidance of M ° K. and L. Bogino and L. Pietrocini. She studies in piano with Maestro Plano at the Music Academy Varesina and chamber music with the Trio di Parma at the International Chamber Music Academy « Trio di Trieste » in Duino.

In 2005 she founded “Duo Federiciano” together with his brother Ferdinando. Awarded in various national and international competitions. She continued her studies in master classes with Bogino, Kornienko, Pump-Baldi, Cominati, Perticaroli Ars Trio di Roma, Oland, Baglini, Trio di Parma.

In the summer 2013 she was admitted to the course of chamber music and piano by M ° Lonquich at the Chigiana Academy of Music in Siena while participating in the courses of chamber music kept at Portogruaro with the Trio di Parma winning duo (with his brother Ferdinand) scholarship for best chamber music.
She is invited as guest soloist and in chamber ensembles during the concert in Italy, Germany, France.

In January 2010, performing with his brother, the Double Concerto for violin, piano and orchestra in D minor Mendelssohn, directed by Maestro G.Proietti and accompanied by RIO Rome International Orchestra, at the XI International Festival of Music Camps Romano (RM) .

In February 2013 she performs the Concerto KV 595 by Mozart under the baton of Maestro Luca Testa.
In March 2013 she follows with the highest honors the Master of Arts Degree in Music interpretative – composition in the piano class of Michele Gioiosa at the Conservatory of Music « U. Giordano « .
In August 2013 she appeared for the 31 th International Festival of Music in Portogruaro performing Liszt’s transcription of the Funeral March is the third symphony’ s « Eroica » by Beethoven at the ‘ »Album Beethoven » by Pietro Mechetti (1842).

She is professor of piano class at the Civic School of Music « L. Rossi  » in Torremaggiore and artistic director of Music and Cultural Association » Mozart  » in San Paolo di Civitate (Fg) and Festival MUSICAinItinere. She teaches piano at the Music High School in Aosta.