Le Dimore del Quartetto


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Trio Fenice, formed in 2021, takes its name by the mythological figure that, like music, resists and is reborn as a superior and absolute value, a winning and permanent light through time.

They attended the Post-gradum Course in Chamber Music at the Pontifical Institute of Sacred Music in Rome in the class of Maestro Claudio Trovajoli, with whom they continue their training, and the Post-gradum Course in Chamber Music with Piano at the Scuola di Musica di Fiesole with Bruno Canino, Alexander Lonquich and the Gaspard Trio.

In October 2022, the Trio was admitted to the Stauffer Center for Strings, where they regularly followed the Artist Diploma course in the class of the Cremona Quartet, attending masterclasses and lessons with internationally renowned personalities.

In 2022 the Trio was selected by Maestro Simone Gramaglia to join the network of ‘Le Dimore del Quartetto’.

The ensemble has distinguished itself in the Italian chamber music scene and has recently performed for the Musica Insieme festival, selected by M° A. Lonquich and organised by the “Giorgio La Pira” International Student Centre in Florence, for the VII and VIII Concertando Festival and for the 2022 Concert Season held at the Sala Accademica of the Pontifical Institute of Sacred Music in Rome and for the “Giovani Interpreti” festival organised by the Luigi Barbara Association in Pescara.

Trio Fenice won 2nd prize at the XXVII ‘G. Rospigliosi’ International Chamber Competition.

They have attended masterclasses by teachers such as Vladimir Mendelssohn, David Cohen, Daniel Rowland, Andrej Bielov, Jozef Luptak, Nikita Borisov Glesby and Alexander Kovalev.

ELENOIR JAVANMARDI plays a Gino Sfarra violin 2018 and a Slaviero bow on loan within The String Circle project

VALENTINA BIONDA plays a French Paul Beuscher cello from the early 1900s.



After completing her academic studies with M° M. Fiorini, Elenoir attended the Alto Perfezionamento course in violin at the Scuola di Musica di Fiesole with O. Semchuk and K. Milas. She is currently a sideman in the Orchestra Giovanile Italiana which, in addition to collaborations with world-renowned soloists such as J. Rachlin and B. Kelemen, has seen her perform at the Berlin Konzerthaus for the Euro Young Festival.

Valentina, after her formative studies at the Scuola di Musica di Fiesole with G. Gnocchi and B. Delaplaire, continued with a Master’s degree in musical interpretation with a focus on concert at the Haute Ecole de Musique in Lausanne in the class of P. Demenga. Thanks to a scholarship, she attended the Royal College of Music in Stockholm with J. Rostamo and the Sibelius Academy in Helsinki with E. Lahesmaa. Among her engagements, she has been soloist with the Orchestra of the Conservatorio ‘G. Verdi’ in Milan and with the Pecelli Ensemble.

Federico, already graduated in piano for Maestro collaborator and in composition, and continued his academic studies in Rome with Maestro C. Trovajoli (pianist of the David Trio). His concert activity is complemented by compositional production with festivals, contemporary music ensembles and orchestras such as the Istituzione Sinfonica Abruzzese.