Le Dimore del Quartetto



David Scaroni, violin
Davide Bravo, viola
Andrea Marcolini, cello

Trio Hegel was formed in 2012 and in a short time it has won awards in numerous competitions such as 1° Prize  at 20° National Competition of Chamber Music “G. Rospigliosi” in Lamporecchio (PT), 1° Prize at 26° European Music  Competition “Città di Moncalieri” (TO), 2° Prize at 13° Concorso Nazionale “Riviera Etrusca” in Piombino (LI), 2° Prize at the 10° International Competition “L. Zanuccoli” in Sogliano al Rubicone (FC), 3° Prize at 12° National Competition of Musical Esecution “Città di Magliano Sabina” (RI), 3° Prize at the 14° International Competition “Città di Padova” (PD) and Honorary Diplomas at Torneo Internazionale di Musica (TIM – XVII Edition), at 21° International Prize “G. Zinetti” in Sanguinetto (VR) and to 20° International Competition of Chamber Music “L. Nono” in Turin.  

The trio has performed on important occasions and in evocative places such as: Ridotto del Teatro for Fondazione Teatro  Grande, in Gorizia for Chamber Music Association Trieste, in Milan at the Pirelli Skyscraper Auditorium Gaber for the Concert Society and at “Casa Verdi” for Società del Quartetto, in Mantua for the Mantua Chamber Music Festival, at Concerts at the Shrine of St. Teresa of Riva (ME) for the Association of Friends of Music, in Padua for the Galilean Academy of Sciences, Arts and Literature and for the International Music Meeting 2016, in Cremona in the Federico II Courtyard, in Ravenna at Sala Corelli of Theatre Dante Alighieri for the Mariani Association, at Palazzo Albrizzi in Venice for the Dino Ciani Association, in Arezzo for Terre d’Arezzo Music Festival, in Montepulciano for Fondazione Cantiere Internazionale d’Arte for the 46° Festival.

Trio Hegel obtain in a short time, numerous awards such as: Overall 1st Prize at the 20th “G. Rospigliosi “, 1st Prize at the 26th European Music Competition “Città di Moncalieri”, 2nd Prize at the 13th National Competition “Riviera Etrusca”, 2nd Prize at the 10th International Competition “L. Zanuccoli “, 3rd Prize at the 12th National Music Competition “Città di Magliano Sabina”, 3rd Prize at the 14th International Competition “Città di Padova”, Honorary Diploma at the International Music Tournament (TIM – XVII Edition), Honorary Diploma at the 21st International Award “G. Zinetti”, Honorary Diploma at the 20th International Chamber Music Competition “L. Nono”.

Regarding cross-border performances, Trio Hegel has performed several times in Switzerland, in the first months of 2020 they did their first tournée in Finland obtaining good reviews. In 2021, in the year of the tenth anniversary of the constitution, they did an important Tour in China.

The collaboration with composer Mauro Montalbetti led Trio Hegel to premiere the piece “Six Bagatelles for String Trio” published by Rai – Trade, and the composition “E voi empi sospiri – Madrigal for String Trio” which was written for them, that they also performed live on Bergamo TV receiving acclaim from both public and critics.

The artistic growth of Hegel Trio is strongly connected to the Quartetto di Cremona (Stauffer Academy of Cremona) and Antonello Farulli Farulli ( International Academy of Imola “Incontri col Maestro”); also fundamental were the meetings with Luca Simoncini (Nuovo Quartetto Italiano), Jürgen Kussmaul (L’Archibudelli), Andrea Repetto (Quartetto di Torino), Christophe Giovaninetti (Quartetto Ysaÿe), Danilo Rossi (Trio d’archi della Scala), and orchestra conductors Umberto Benedetti Michelangeli and Riccardo Muti.

Trio Hegel was selected to join Le Dimore del Quartetto’s network and has collaborated with pianist Piero Barbareschi, flutist Tommaso Benciolini and the elements of Nuovo Quartetto Italiano.

At the request of the composer Carlo Boccadoro the Hegel Trio has had the honour of performing his string trio several times.

The Hegel Trio has made a CD for the Tactus label of music by Tuscan composers Luigi Cherubini and Giuseppe Cambini (World Primiere Recording), an album exclusively dedicated to the compositions of Mauro Montalbetti for A Simple Lunch label and the complete string trios by Jean Sibelius and Max Reger for the Japanese label Da Vinci Classics. With the same label they released a record of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart piano concerts K413 and K415 in the version for piano and string quartet, with Piero Barbareschi playing the piano.

In the 2021 winter a new discographic title for piano and String trio was released  The reviews of Sibelius’s ‘Suite in A Major’ and of ‘String Trios’ of Luigi Cherubini by Trio Hegel has been published for Da Vinci Publishing.