Trio Caecilia

Trio Caecilia

Sebastian Zagame, violin

Federica Inson, flute

Lucia Paradiso, piano

Sebastian Zagame,
violino

Federica Inson, flauto

Lucia Paradiso, pianoforte

Sebastian Zagame, violino
Federica Inson, flauto
Lucia Paradiso, pianoforte

Trio Caecilia

Trio Caecilia

Sebastian Zagame, violino

Federica Inson, flauto

Lucia Paradiso, pianoforte

Sebastian Zagame,
violino

Federica Inson, flauto

Lucia Paradiso, pianoforte

Sebastian Zagame, violino
Federica Inson, flauto
Lucia Paradiso, pianoforte

The Trio Caecilia was born from the encounter of young musicians having in common, among their multiple artistic experiences at an international level, the attendance of the advanced specialisation course in Chamber Music, held by Maestro Roberto Galletto at the Santa Cecilia Conservatory in Rome.
This Ensemble, represents an unusual formation, the result of a rather rare but very refined combination.

The Trio Caecilia has been active on the national concert scene, mainly in the city of Rome, its main venue, since 2020, establishing itself both for the particularity of its ensemble and the refinement of its repertoire, and for the high level of its interpretations.
The Trio has performed at the Sala Accademica of the Conservatorio Santa Cecilia, at the Museo dell’Orto Botanico for the summer season of the IUC-Istituzione Universitaria dei Concerti di Roma, at the Museo Napoleonico for the Fondazione Primoli, at the Council Chamber of the Municipality of Trevignano Romano for the Trevignano Proms Season, and numerous other musical venues.

The Trio offers a refined repertoire ranging from Philippe Gaubert “Medailles Antique” and Mélanie Helene Bonis “Suite en trio, Op.59”, Bohuslav Martinu “Sonata H. 254”, Cesar Cui “5 Petits duos, Op.56 “, Dmitri Shostakovich/Levon Atovmyan – 5 Pieces for 2 violins and piano, Nino Rota’s Sonata and a special tribute to Nino Rota with a piece entitled ‘Felliniana’ for flute, violin and piano, a tribute by Italian composer Luca Poletti.
The trio is constantly searching for lesser-known works, transcriptions, rare arrangements and contemporary music.