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L'Accademia del Cenacolo incontra il Trio DoRoGi

Dora Schwarzberg (violin), Romain Garioud (cello), Giuliano Mazzoccante (piano)

Dora Schwarzberg (violin) - Romain Garioud (cello) - Giuliano Mazzoccante (piano)

22 - 29 January 2016



    Duo € 600,00
    Trio € 800,00
    Quartet € 1000,00 

    *The fee includes accommodation 


    Violin €300,00
    Cello € 200,00
    Piano € 200,00

    *Accommodation fee € 100 

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Dora Schwarzberg  was born in the backstage of a Jewish Theatre where her musician parents worked. She has graduated from Moscow Conservatoire and in the year 1969 got the 4th prize at the International Paganini Violin Competition and in 1971 got 2nd prize in ARD Competition in Munich.  It is perhaps this fact which formed her artistic Credo, expressed in the words of her father: “the violin must speak and cry!”. Personal and artistic communication with musicians such as Prof. Yankelevich, V. Berlinsky, A. Schtern, Isaac Stern, Dorothy Delay, Menuhin made such an impact on her that a well-known American musician exclaimed- “Dora Schwarzberg is a typical representative of the Odessa-Moscow-Jerusalem-NY violin school!”.

For Dora music is not only a profession but a lifestyle. It is a means of communication with people, as varied and individual as the artists with whom she collaborated. They include Martha Argherich, Misha Maisky, Berezovsky, Gililov, Imai Rudin, Geringas, Drobinsky, Rabinovitch, Bashmet to name but a few. Performance and pedagogical activities have naturally complemented each other, and she holds Professorship at Vienna, where she continues to explore music and life with her students. The great majority of her students are prizewinners of international competitions, and hold leading positions with major orchestras and chamber ensembles all over the world. 

She also gives master-classes internationally. The repertoire of this violinist envelops music from baroque sonatas to Argentinian Tangos where the defining link in this extensive chain of works is her love for each of them and a desire to radiate this love to her audiences.


Romain Garioud is a prize winner of such prestigious international competitions as International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow (2001) and Rostropovitch Cello Competition in Paris (2002), he is also a Second prize winner at Chile’s Vina del Mar Competition in 2002. 

Romain Garioud has had the privilege of working with such widely renowned cellists as Philippe Muller, Anner Bylsma, Natalia Chakovskaia, Steven Isserlis and David Geringas. 

His career then greatly expanded and he was invited to perform or give master-classes in many classical music venues all over the world. 

In October 2013, he played Lutoslawsli’s Cello Concerto at the Yuri Bashmet International Music Festival in Minsk, with the television orchestra. He played with such conductors as Christoph Eschenbach (Orchestre de Paris), Volodimir Syrenko, or Terje  Mikkelsen and with prestigious chamber music partners like Mstislav Rostropovitch, Gil Apap, Philippe Entremont, Pavel Gililov, Paul Meyer, Alissa Margulis, Tanja Becker-Bender, Regis et Bruno Pasquier... Several of his concerts were recorded by Radio France or Music Cable TV Mezzo’s channel.  Romain Garioud is willing to defend an eclectic repertoire. In chamber music as well as in his performances as a soloist, he is driven by a true passion for exchange. 

In November 2005, Romain Garioud wins the First Prize of Bucchi’s International Cello Competition. Apart of that he was a founding member of the “delian::quartett” ( from 2007 to 2014, being invited in greatest Hall such as Musikverein and Konzerthaus Wien, Schloss Elmau, Berlin Philarmonie... 

Romain Garioud is actually teaching in National School of L'Hay Les Roses (France) and in Scuoala Superior de Musica of Espinho (Portugal). 


Giuliano Mazzoccante, who is not yet 40 years old, is already recognized as one of the most famous Italian pianists nowadays.  After studying and graduating with the highest honours degree at the Conservatory “L. Cherubini” in Florence, he became a student of Lazar Berman at the European Academy of Music, Erba (CO). With Professor Berman he deepened and improved his concert repertoire, paying particular attention to the music of F. Liszt. 

Mro. Mazzoccante is a prize-winner of many national and international competitions (“International Music Tournament-Rome”, the 40th International Piano Competition "Arcangelo Speranza" - Taranto, the “International Tbilisi Piano Competition" (WFIMC) - Georgis) etc. He appears regularly as a soloist with orchestras (“Orchestra Camerata Baltica”,  “Lithuanian National Symphony' Orchestra”, “Kiev Philharmonic Orchestra) etc. Giuliano also plays with musicians like Dora Schwarzberg, Karl Leister, Grazia Raimondi, Pavel Berman, Francesco Manara and others, and is often part of the jury of international piano and chamber music competitions.

Since 2010 he is professor of the "International Sommer-Akademie Schloss Pommersfelden".

His large and various record productions includes soloist and chamber music repertoires for many labels or channels (Phoenix Classics, Wide Classique, DAD Records, Camerata Tokyo, Radio Vatican, Radio Bavaria), being reviewed with acclaim by the press (Musica, Suonare News, Giornale della Musica, Fanfare, The Clarinet). 

He had published 2 CD’s in 2014, on one are recorded 2 concertos by W.A. Mozart (K466 & K467) with the “Orchestra Sinfonica Abruzzese”; and another one, which is called "Da Sollima a Tartini" with the violinist Grazia Raimondi.        

From 2012 he has been an honorary member of the Rotary Club of Subiaco (Rome) and in 2014 the Rotary Club of Pescara has awarded him with the "Paul Harris Fellow" for commitment in spreading music and culture.

In 2013, he became an Artistic Director of the "Cenacolo della Musica - International School" which aims at promoting artists and development of arts, culture and music. 


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