Friday, February 15, at 09.30 pm, returns to the AbanoRitz – in the prestigious Mirrors Hall – a Trio that already last October had given us unforgettable moments. This time the musicians, with the exception of the flutist Luisa Sello, will change but the result will always be to breathe a unique atmosphere able to gently carry us in a new dimension that only classical music has the power to create.
CARLO JANS graduated from the Conservatoire Royal de Liègee at the Royal Conservatory of Maastricht and perfected his studies with Raymond Guiot, András Adorján. Aurèle Nicolet, Alain Marion e Peter-Lukas Graf. He studied conducting with Jan Stulen and Jean-Philippe Rieu at the Royal Music Academy of Music in Maastricht and with Jorma Panula in St.Petersbourg. Lecturer at the Luxembourg Conservatory and founder of the Forum International pour flûte et piano Diekirch/Luxembourg, he has a broad career as a soloist and conductor (RTL Symphony Orchestra, Sonderjyland Symphony Orchestra, Orchester de Chambre d’Auvergne, Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra, Brno State Philharmonic Orchestra, Porto Symphony Orchestra, Switzerland Chamber Orchestra, Orchester de Chambre Jean-François Paillard, Moravian Chamber Orchestra Olomouc and Latvian Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra). His curriculum includes the names of András Adorján, Maxence Larrieu, Janos Balint, Jean-Claude Gérard, Daniel Blumenthal, Gabriel Tacchino, Thomas Duis, Claude Bolling, Jean-Jacques Kantorow, Mirel Iancovici, Katerina Englichova, Zürcher Streichtrio, Danel String Quartet, Martinu String Quartet. He records for Hänssler Classics, Pavane Records, Calliope, Arco Diva.
LUISA SELLO defined by the New York Concert Review artist from the ‘compelling passion and spontaneous cantabile, with brilliant technique, excellent breath control, generous sound and great charm’ sounds all over the world and is an artist chosen by the Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage to represent the Italian music. Flautist of the international scene, with intense solo activity in Europe, Far East, United States and South America. Her curriculum includes the names of Riccardo Muti, Trevor Pinnock, Alirio Diaz, Wiener Symphoniker, Carnegie Hall, Juilliard School, Philippe Entremont, Quartetto Prazak, Thailand Symphony Orchestra, Teatro alla Scala di Milano, Salvatore Sciarrino, Bruno Canino. Student of Raymond Guiot in Paris and Severino Gazzelloni at the Accademia Chigiana of Siena, with academic studies in Flute and in Modern Languages and Literatures (Degree and PhD), she is the professor of flute at the Conservatory of Trieste and visiting professor at the University of Vienna. A testimonial artist of Miyazawa Flute, she recorded for Stradivarius and Millennium in Beijing.
AURORA SABIA graduated at the Trieste Conservatory with Prof.Trevisan, she perfected herself with G. Nador, S. Young, J. Von Vintschger, J. Kropfitsch, P. Lassmann, P. Bordoni, S. Gadjiev, K. Eickhorst, B. Lupo, K. Barth, A. Léger, R. Clini. Winner of the Ananian Foundation prize, she followed her studies of high piano perfection with Maestro A. Delle Vigne at the Schola Cantorum in Paris. She then worked as a piano accompanist in France, at the “Conservatoire Régional” in Rennes and in Turkey, at the “Yaşar University” in Smyrna. Performs concert activity, both as a soloist and as a chamber musician.