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The Mythos Piano Trio was born in Rome within the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia in Rome and is formed by three young musicians who graduated with the highest honours from the Conservatory “Santa Cecilia” in Rome. As a trio, they attended the chamber music course held by Trio di Parma at the Music School of Fiesole (Florence).
The members of the Trio have completed their musical studies with renowned Italian performers and teachers such as: S. Perticaroli, A. Ciccolini, Sonig Tchakerian, Felix Ayo, Giovanni Sollima, Francesco Strano. They have won prizes in several International competitions and they have also performed with great artists and conductors.
The Mythos Trio debuted in 2012 in the prestigious Academic Hall of the Conservatorio “Santa Cecilia” in Rome. In the same year, they performed in two concerts in the United States of America (at the renowned Oberlin College and in Washington), achieving a resounding success.
Awarded at the International Competition "Rospigliosi", the Trio has performed many concerts in Italy at prestigious concert seasons: "Amici della Musica" of Trapani and Syracuse, "Associazione A. Mariani" of Ravenna, "Associazione Musicale Etnea" of Catania, "Filarmonica Laudamo" of Messina, Istituzione Universitaria Concerti (IUC of Rome), Ravello Concert Society, "Toscana Classica" of Florence, "Università della Tuscia" of Viterbo. The Mythos Trio has also invited to perform at various festivals: Jeux d'Art of Tivoli (in prestigious Villa d'Este), Musica Insieme Panicale, and others; particularly significant was the participation at the Victoria International Arts Festival in Malta, which garnered particularly favourable acclaim by critics, and concert tour in Greece (may 2016), South Korea (October 2018) and also in Budapest, Wien and Oslo (2019).
The trio's constantly expanding repertoire pays special attention to contemporary and XXth-Century music.

Giuliano Cavaliere - violin

Giuliano Cavaliere, violinist, was born in Cava de’ Tirreni (Italy). At an early age he moved to Rome, when he was admitted to sing in the Pueri Cantores of the Sistine Chapel Choir, conducted by Domenico Bartolucci. He studied violin at the Conservatorio “Santa Cecilia” in Rome, where he graduated in 2006 under the guidance of Camillo Grasso and he earned a M.A. degree in violin with the highest honours (cum laude). He then attended the Master Course held by Sonig Tchakerian at the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia in Rome. He has also attended special courses and masterclasses with renowned violinists, such as M. Marin, M. Sirbu, S. Kamilarov, S. Accardo and F. Ayo. He studied with Michael Frischenschlager at the Salzburg Mozarteum and with Mi-Kyoung Lee at the Académie de Musique “Tibor Varga” in Sion, Switzerland.

He performed in Italy, Germany, Austria, Holland, Slovakia and United States as member of various chamber ensembles and orchestras. Furthermore, he participated in important festivals of contemporary music playing many compositions in world premiere, as member of PMCE (Parco della Musica Contemporanea Ensemble) and Italian Ensemble Piccola Accademia degli Specchi. From 2011 to 2017 he taught violin in the pre-academic programme at the Conservatorio "Santa Cecilia" in Rome; currently, he is professor of Chamber Music at Conservatorio "N. Sala" in Benevento.


Rina You - cello

Rina You, cellist, was born South Korea. She began her musical studies at a very early age, and late she studied at Daejeon Arts High School.
The desire to complete her studies in Italy led her to Rome: she was admitted to the famous Conservatorio “Santa Cecilia”, in the class taught by Maurizio Gambini, and graduated with the highest honours in September 2008. Subsequently, she attended the prestigious Master Course at the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia in Rome held by Francesco Strano and Giovanni Sollima, graduating with the highest honors in June 2011. She has also studied with Enrico Dindo at the Académie de Musique “Tibor Varga” in Sion (Switzerland) and, for many years, with Gabriele Geminiani. At the Conservatory “S. Cecilia”, he also graduated in Chamber Music with the highest honours.

She has performed in various chamber ensembles and orchestras (Orchestra Sinfonica Abruzzese, Orchestra Sinfonica di Roma, Roma Sinfonietta, Nuova Orchestra Scarlatti), collaborating with orchestral conductors like Aprea, Renzetti, Rizzari, Morricone and others.

In chamber ensembles she has performed with musicians such as G. Sollima, B. Petrushansky, M. Fiorentini and M. Carbonara. She participated also in important festivals of contemporary music in Italy and Germany playing many compositions in world premiere, as member of Italian ensemble Piccola Accademia degli Specchi and Parco della Musica Contemporanea Ensemble.

She is professor of Chamber Music at Conservatorio "G. Martucci" in Salerno.

Marios Panteliadis - piano

Marios Panteliadis was born in Athens (Greece). His first musical steps were undertaken at the National Conservatory of Halandri with Mrs. Polymenea. He continues his musical studies at the Athens Conservatory with the professor Parry Derembey Papastavrou; he receives his piano degree with the mark of excellence.
He studied at Accademia di S. Cecilia in Rome with Sergio Perticaroli graduating with the highest honors.
He has won numerous Piano Awards in Italy and Greece. He has also received a special prize for the interpretation of a piece composed by a French composer at the International Competition at Epinal in France.
During the course of his studies he has participated in a number of seminars- masterclasses with great pianists like Ruy Luck, France Clidat, Halina Siedzieniewska- Albert, Gwen Beamish and Perticaroli.
He studies also Conducting at the Conservatory of S. Cecilia in Rome, previously with Prof. Vizioli and lately with Prof. Lucantoni, and Composition with Luciano Pelosi.
He has performed in many venues in Greece and Italy.

From 2011 to 2017 he taught Piano in the pre-academic programme at the Conservatorio "Santa Cecilia" in Rome; actually, he is professor of Piano at Conservatorio "L. Perosi" in Campobasso.

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