The Trio has a long career, marked by numerous and important artistic events. They have been successful in multiple national and international exhibitions and competitions. The band exists since 1985 as “Trio Siciliano” but, in February 2020 it becomes InArTrio.
It was a difficult decision to change the name after 35 years of career, but necessary, born from the desire for change and innovation.
A decision motivated by a need of the soul that we feel strong towards those universally shared notes that in music translate into fragments of worlds without borders, without belonging, without labels, where the only thing that matters is the music that generates art: InArTrio.
They have been students of the Trio di Trieste at the Chigiana Music Academy of Siena and the Fiesole Music School.
The trio has played for prestigious associations such as Amici della Musica of Palermo, Trapani, Messina, Siracusa, Ravenna, Vicenza, Dolo and Novara.
He has participated in important events such as “Festival del 900” in Palermo, “Palermo di Scena”, “Provincia in Festa” and many other events in the main theatres of various Italian and international cities.
The German critics expressed themselves this way during a concert in Cologne: enthusiastic audience in the hall of the Sclosses garden. Musicians of the highest technical level, with them the melody rises and shines, thrilling the hearts of listeners.
The Trio recorded for U07 Records and Aulicus Classics.
Fabio Piazza is a piano teacher of the three-year and two-year university courses at the Scarlatti Conservatory of Palermo.
He has thirty years of teaching to his credit (he also taught at the Conservatories of Messina, Cosenza and Trapani).
Winner of numerous national and international performance awards regarding solo and chamber music. Attentive scholar of 900 and contemporary music.
In 1985 he founded the Trio with which he performs intense concert activity.
Silviu Dima is the first violin of the Teatro Massimo in Palermo began his studies in Romania under the guidance of Maestro Hamza Iuliu.
He moved to Italy in 1984 and won the 1st prize at the “Città di Stresa” International Violin Competition.
Silviu graduated in L’Aquila from the “A. Casella ” with full marks.
He attended the masterclasses held by Mariana Sirbu, Corrado Romano, Zinaida Gilels and Pavel Vernikov.
Giorgio Gasbarro was the first cello of the Teatro Massimo in Palermo.
He graduated with honours from the conservatory of Palermo under the guidance of Maestro Giovanni Perriera.
He attended the masterclasses held by Radu Aldulescu and Pier Fournier.
He has won competitions at the “Teatro alla Scala” in Milan, at the San Carlo in Naples, at the EAOSS and the Teatro Massimo in Palermo.
In 1976 he won the competition for young concert performers in Rome.