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Trio Chagall

Trio Chagall

Both from a technical and expressive point of view, Trio Chagall […] does not appear to be a group of ex wunderkind nor of young promises, but rather an ensemble of mature musicians, able to deeply relate with the score, regardless of the composer or period.

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Trio - Piano Trio


  • Lorenzo Nguyen - Piano
  • Edoardo Grieco - Violin
  • Francesco Massimino - Cello


Sample Programme 1:

HAYDN: Piano Trio No. 43 in C major, Hob.XV.27


SCHUMANN: Piano Trio No.1 in D minor, Op.63

Sample Programme 2:

FELIX MENDELSSOHN Trio op. 49 in D minor

RIHM Fremde Szenen III (12') OR SCHUMANN Phantasiestücke op. 88


ROBERT SCHUMANN Trio op. 63 in D minor


Trio Chagall was founded in 2013 by Lorenzo Nguyen, Edoardo Grieco and Francesco Massimino within the Conservatory of Music “G.Verdi” of Turin. The Trio was named as a tribute to the famous painter Marc Chagall, who has always been a deep source of inspiration, as well as being admired for his ties to music and strong expressive power through the use of colour.

They have been announced as ECHO Rising Stars, and are embarking on a tour of Europe's major concert halls in the 24/25 season.

Trio Chagall is involved in an intense concert activity around Europe, Kuwait, China and Japan, performing in prestigious venues like Wigmore Hall in London, Grand Theatre in Harbin, Teatro Verdi in Trieste, Theatre dal Verme and Sala Verdi in Milan, Izumi Hall in Osaka, Teatro la Fenice, JACC Center. Trio Chagall has collaborated with Bruno Giuranna, Giampaolo Pretto and Luca Ranieri.

Prolific competition winners, the Trio Chagall was the recipient of the First Prize at the “Schoenfeld International String Competition” of Harbin in China. Furthermore, in June 2023, the Trio were announced as members of the Young Classical Artists Trust, following their success in YCAT's international finals.

In Italy, Trio Chagall has gained the attention of the musical milieu as a winner of the Second Prize - First Prize was not awarded - at the 20th edition of the “Premio Trio di Trieste”, and were also given the special prizes “Dario de Rosa” for the best performance of a piece by Schumann, “Fernanda Selvaggio” for best Trio of the competition and “Young award” as most promising ensemble finalist. With an average age of 20 years, the Trio was the youngest chamber group ever awarded in the history of the competition.

These are only the latest in a series of successes for Trio Chagall, which include the 1st overall prize of the chamber music category at the Amadeus Factory competition - the first talent dedicated to the young Italian Conservatory’s artist - the “Giovanna Maniezzo” prize by the Jury of the Accademia Musicale di Siena and the nomination as the “Ensemble of the year 2020/2021” by Dimore del Quartetto, one of the largest network of young international ensembles. In 2022 Trio Chagall was chosen as Ensemble in residence for the Comitato Amur for 2023/2024 and in 2023 as Ensemble in residence in Paris for ProQuartet - Centre Européen de musique de chambre.