Liana Mosca violin
Gianni de Rosa viola
Marcello Scandelli cello
"Il Furibondo", a string trio on period instruments, was formed in 2011.
Its repertoire includes music from the 1600s to the historic 1900s. The trio makes its debut at the festival "Nuove Settimane Barocche" in Brescia, takes part in the festival “Paesaggi Musicali Toscani” in Val d'Orcia, as an ensemble in the "Meraner Musikwochen" and in the play "Lascia pur che il mondo giri" (musics by Azio Corghi), part of the season of the Dante Alighieri Theatre in Ravenna. Its debut recording, Mozart/Bach "Preludes and Fuges K. 404a", received awards from the magazines "Musica", "Classic Voice" and "Suonare News", and was presented in the radio programme "La Recensione" on Rete Due (Italian Swiss radio station) and in "Primo Movimento" on Radio 3 RAI. On 4th March 2017 the trio was live on Radio 3 RAI with an interview and a musical performance in the programme “Piazza Verdi”.
Saturday 14th October 2017
Church Madonna del Rosario | Gattinara (VC)
Mozart transcribes Bach, Preludes & Fugues KV 404a
Trio "Il Furibondo"
Musics by Johann Sebastian Bach/transcribed by Mozart
A new review
Our new recording of Mozart/Bach keeps giving us great satisfaction. March 2017 issue of “Suonare News” dedicated another important review to our trio!
Review of the record "Preludes and Fuges" with the contribution of Anna Menichetti, broadcast on RSI Rete Due on 13th January 2017.
Link to the official page.
On its November 2016 issue, the magazine “Music” awarded 5 stars to our recording Mozart/Bach, Preludes and fugues K. 404a.
The execution of the trio “Il Furibondo”, composed of Liana Mosca (violin), Gianni de Rosa (viola) and Marcello Scandelli (cello),  is an absolute reference point for its balance and
homogeny of sound.”
Stefano Pagliantini, “Musica”, November 2016
In the Video section you will find two live recordings of parts of the concert held on 26th September 2014 in the Evangelic Church in Merano.
The page PROJECT ENSEMBLE contains information, news and programmes relative to the chamber orchestra.