Trio Zadig – Sold Out

Ian Barber
Boris Borgolotto
Marc Girard García

12.09.2020 – 20:30
Palazzo Sangiovanni
Alessano (LECCE)

Joseph Haydn (1732 – 1809)

Piano Trio in G Major “Gypsy ”, Hob.XV/25, Op.82 No.2
I. Andante
II. Poco adagio
III. Finale: Rondo all’Ongarese, Presto

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 – 1827)

Piano Trio No. 5 in D Major, Op. 70 No. 1 “Ghost”
I. Allegro vivace e con brio
II. Largo assai et espressivo
III. Presto

Antonín Dvořák (1841 – 1904)

Piano Trio No. 4 in E Minor, Op. 90 “Dumky”
I. Lento maestoso — Allegro quasi doppio movimento
II. Poco Adagio — Vivace non troppo
III. Andante — Vivace non troppo
IV. Andante moderato — Allegretto scherzando
V. Allegro — Meno mosso
VI. Lento maestoso — Vivace

Trio Zadig

Friendship is at the core of the Zadig Trio’s strength and authenticity. Boris Borgolotto and Marc Girard Garcia are childhood friends who studied together at the Paris Conservatoire National de Musique and at the University of Music in Vienna. Upon their return to France, they crossed paths with Ian Barber, an American pianist from the renowned studio of Andre Watts at the University of Indiana. The chemistry between them is immediately apparent, and they decide to combine their talents and found the Zadig Trio.
In just a few years, the Trio has become very successful and won numerous awards, including the First Prize of the “Fnapec Musiques d’Ensemble” as well as the Second Prize of the Fischoff Competition (USA). The Zadig Trio is now an “associated artist” in residence at the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel. It is also a resident of ProQuartet in Paris, of “Le Dimore del Quaretto” in Italy and of the Singer- Polignac Foundation in Paris.
In March 2019, the Trio released its first album “Something in Between” (ffff Télérama) as homage to its French and American roots, in collaboration with the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel, Benjamin Attahir and Bruno Fontaine and under the label Fuga Libera (Outhere Music).