Trio di Parma, piano trio

Alberto Miodini, piano

Ivan Rabaglia, violin

Enrico Bronzi, violoncello


The Trio di Parma was founded in 1990 in Pierpaolo Maurizzi's chamber music class at the “A. Boito” in Parma. The trio then deepened their musical education with the legendary Trieste Trio at the Fiesole Music School and the Chigiana Academy of Siena. In 2000, it received the honor of participating in the Isaac Stern Chamber Music Workshop at Carnegie Hall in New York.


The Trio di Parma has received the most prestigious awards at the International Competition "Vittorio Gui" in Florence, at the International Chamber Music Competition in Melbourne, at the International ARD Competition in Munich and at the International Chamber Music Competition in Lyon. In addition, in 1994 the National Association of Music Critics awarded the Trio of Parma the "Abbiati Prize" for best chamber ensemble.


The Trio di Parma has been invited by the most important Italian music institutions such as the Accademia di Santa Cecilia in Rome, Quartet Society of Milan, Friends of Music in Florence, Gran Teatro La Fenice in Venice, Unione Musicale di Torino, GOG in Genoa, Friends of Music in Palermo and the Roman Philharmonic Academy. Abroad, the ensemble has made guest appearances in the Berlin Philharmonic, Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center in New York, Wigmore Hall in London, Konzerthaus in Vienna, Sala Moliere in Lyon, St. Petersburg Philharmonic, Teatro Colon and Coliseum in Buenos Aires, in the cities Los Angeles, Washington, Hamburg, Munich, Dublin, Warsaw, Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo as well as at the Lockenhaus Festival and the Barossa and Melbourne Music Festival.


The ensemble has worked with important musicians such as Vladimir Delman, Carl Melles, Anton Nanut, Bruno Giuranna, Alessandro Carbonare and Eduard Brunner. It made radio and television recordings for RAI and for numerous foreign broadcasters such as Bayerischer Rundfunk, NDR, WDR, MDR, Radio Bremen, ORT, BBC London and ABC-Classic Australia. In addition to permanent master classes at the conservatories of Novara, Gallarate and at the Mozarteum in Salzburg, the Trio di Parma holds courses at the International Chamber Music Academy in Duino and at the Music School in Fiesole.


Ivan Rabaglia plays a violin by Giovanni Battista Guadagnini, made in Piacenza in 1744, and Enrico Bronzi a cello by Vincenzo Panormo, made in London in 1775.