David Trio, Italy, 2019

Tour Dates: 19th June - 1st July, 2019

Studying and working at the same conservatory the young trio had the chance to meet in 2013.

Tour Dates
  • 19th June - 1st July, 2019


Tommaso Benciolini, Flute
Lorenzo Gugole, Violin
Claudio Bonfiglio, Piano

Studying and working at the same conservatory the young trio had the chance to meet in 2013. Knowing themselves since many years Benciolini and Bonfiglio already had worked together in duo and stabilised an important repertory for piano and flute duo which they presented in several concerts and competitions. Their youthful enthusiasm lets them work together very easily and the friendship between the three young musicians is the basis and characteristic for their success.

Tommaso Benciolini, Flute

Born in 1991. Winner ofthe International Respighi Prize, he made his debut in Carnegie Hall New York in 2018. In Italy, he graduated in Verona and then specialized in Paris and Lugano, always with highest marks. Since 2008, he performed as soloist and in chamber music ensembles in Italy, France, Switzerland, Belgium, and Germany. Since 2012 he is professor in Verona Conservatory of Music 'E. F. Dall'Abaco'. He's a member of Hulencourt Soloist Chamber Orchestra of Bruxelles, and principal flute of Orchestra Antonio Vivaldi in Italy. In 2013 his first CD, dedicated to chamber music with flute, has been welcomed by italian press and media as one of the most interesting recording of the year. In 2014 made his soloist debut in the american continent, invited as guest artist of the XVII Contemporary Music Festival in L'Habana, Cuba. The italian music magazine 'Suonare News' dedicated him an article as one of the most interesting flute players of his generation. 

Lorenzo Gugole, Violin

Lorenzo Gugole was born in Tregnago (VR), on the 30/05/1981. He has graduated on violin with full marks at the Conservatoire of Music 'F.E.Dall' of Verona with M° F. Bortolotti. On the 2008 he graduated in Economics at Verona University, on the 2013 he finished the master in baroque violin with M° Stefano Montanari and on the 2016 a specialization in classical repertoire with M° Elisa Citterio.

On the 2015 he won the price Alois Bachmann and the possibility to play a precious violin by Georg Mair. He has also attended master classes with M° G. Guglielmo, M° A. Capone, M° A. Company, M° R. Ranfaldi and M° S. Bernardini.

In 2001 he played as losoist the S.Barber's Concerto with the Orchestra of the conservatory and in 2004 the Poeme de Chausson with the Philharmonic Orchestra of the 'Arena di Verona' for the festival 'Young Protagonists' and with the Leeds University Philarmonic Orchestra. He has specialized in orchestral music at Leeds University (UK) with M° David Railey and in Paris with M° J. Lenert.

He has been introduced to baroque style on original instruments at the Conservatoire of Verona by M° E. Parizzi, then continued his specialization at the 'Accademia di Musica Antica' in Brunico with M° Stanley Rithcey and M° E. Hobart, and later at the 'Accademia Internazionale della Musica di Milano' with M° Montanari. He often works with the 'Cordia' ensemble conducted by M° S. Veggetti as solist and leader, 'I Barocchisti' by Diego Fasolis, 'Orchestra della Scala di Milano', 'Karlsson Barock orchestra' (SE) soloist, il 'Complesso Barocco' conducted by Alan Curtis, 'Atalanta Fugiens' by Vanni MOretto, 'Vago Concentus' and 'Una hora de musica antiga' (Maiorca) as leader and soloist.

In 2006 he won the competition for tutti violin at the 'Orchestra Sinfonica di Roma' where he worked for two years. He often works with the 'Orchestra Sinfonica RAI di Torino', with whom he has played in Spain, France and has recorded some of Petrassi's compositions Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninov, 1' 'Orchestra del Festival Pianistico Internazionale di Brescia e Bergamo' (leader), 1' 'Orchestra da Camera di Brescia' and 1' 'Orchestra da Camera di Mantova'.

Claudio Bonfiglio, Piano

Born 1989. During his studies at the Conservatory of Catania with Maria Pia Tricoli - where he graduated with the highest marks - he worked with musicians of distinction such as Aquiles Delle Vigne, Michele Marvulli, Franco Scala, Katarina Krpàn, just to name few of them. In several chamber music masterclasses he cooperated with Rocco Filippini, Maurizio Sciarretta and Bruno Boano. He took part at numerous national and international competitions, among the most important Borromean Islands of Milan, Gaetano Zinetti di Sanguinetto(Verona), Lamberto Brunelli of Vicenza (single award, unanimously awarded to him) where he always was classified in the first positions. At the moment he lives in Verona where he studies at the Steinway Society Academy with Federico Gianello and Andrea Dindo. In 2012 he won the school internal competition and was selected to perform Ludwig van Beethoven's Piano Concerto n. 1 with the Orchestra of the Conservatory, and in 2013 he was selected again and had the chance to perform Rachmaninov's Piano Concerto n. 2 with the Arena di Verona Orchestra.