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ArmoniEnsemble Guitar TRIO
The Trio, whose name comes from the word Armonia, ancient word, which indicates peace, consonance, union of several entities, in music as in life, comes from the harmonious meeting of some musicians who have become Founding Members of the Musical Artistic Association ArmoniE in which common objectives and aims converge as the diffusion and expansion of the musical culture, choral and instrumental, as a vehicle for human and civil maturation and growth in the world of youth and beyond.
The concert performers, Palma di Gaetano flute, Giordano Muolo clarinet and Vincenzo Zecca guitar, come from classical studies and for years have devoted themselves to concert activity in the field of solo, chamber music and orchestral, with repertoires covering a time span ranging from XVI century to the present day and embracing different musical genres.
The evident musical understanding born in 2005, built and consolidated through constant and assiduous work, is manifested in the perfect dynamic balance and agogic synchronism of each performance: the presence of two wind instruments does not take away from the guitar sound moments of virtuosic technique and the guitar , in turn, harmoniously supports the dexterity and the vivacity of the flute or the technical mastery and the warm singing of the clarinet. In ArmoniEnsemble Trio, an unusual chamber group with a very pleasant timbre mix, the performers share the many and mature professional qualities proposing transcriptions of famous pieces taken from the classical-operatic repertoire in their concerts (because of the limited repertoire written for flute, clarinet and guitar) and original compositions of “very young” creation, some of which are specially written or revised for this formation. The main project of the Trio is therefore to “search” contemporary and original pieces also in order to spread the musical culture of our day and to deny the often wrong belief that the music written in the last decades does not preserve a “traditional” classical harmonic-melodic tonal structure. 
The Ensemble has always received wide approval from the public and critics for its engaging and professional performances in the numerous concerts held on the territory of Puglia and Italy.

Palma di Gaetano – Flute
She graduated in Flute with honors under the guidance of M ° Luigi Bisanti at the Music Institute Pareggiato of Ceglie Messapica (BR), now a branch of the “T. Schipa” Conservatory of Lecce. It was perfected with the masters M. Larrieu, M. Mercelli, A. Persichilli, D. Divittorio, B. Cavallo, A. Amenduni, P.I. Artaud, M. Gatti (for baroque flute). He has won numerous national and international solo and chamber competitions. He has collaborated with the Orchestra of the Province of Lecce, Orchestra della Magna Grecia, International Youth Symphony Orchestra of Lanciano (CH), Orchestra of the Paisiello Institute of Taranto. Often a jury member in commissions of National and International Competitions. He has made recordings for various local broadcasters and for RAI UNO. He received his first level diploma in Music Therapy with Prof. G. Mutti, president of the AI.I.S.Mt. of Genoa. He took part in the recording of the work “Studies on the intonation of the sea” by S. Sciarrino, which was premiered at the XXXIII Festival of Nations 2000 Città di Castello (PG). She is qualified to teach music in secondary schools of I and II degree and musical instrument (flute). He holds the diploma of choir director for schools of all levels, obtained at the Feniarco biennial school and promoted by the Ministry of Education. He obtained a Level II Diploma in Musical Disciplines, Flauta interpretative address at the “Giovanni Paisiello” Institute of Musical Studies of Taranto, with a mark of 110 cum laude, preparing a thesis with the performance of pieces of contemporary living authors. He performs intense soloist and chamber ensembles and intense didactic activity through “Musical Projects” carried out in the nursery and primary school. He holds the chair of flute at the Comprehensive Institute “F.G. Pignatelli” of Grottaglie (TA) and, from the. S. 2010/11 external flute expert at the Liceo Classico “G. Moscati” of Grottaglie.

Giordano Muolo – Clarinet
Born in 1970, he studied Clarinet with Maestro Cornelio Martina at the “Tito Schipa” Music Conservatory in Lecce. He carried out a Master Class with Maestro Alessandro Travaglini and, in Rome, the annual course of specialization with Maestro Valeria Serangeli (I Clarinet of the Teatro Carlo Felice of Genoa) with which he edited the review of the Pot Pourrì of “La Traviata” written by the nineteenth-century composer Giuseppe Cappelli for small clarinet and piano. The review was published by AIC (Italian Academy of Clarinet) and presented, along with its audio recording, made by Valeria Serangeli herself, on the CD Italian Souvenir, on the occasion of the CLARINET FEST 2013 held in Assisi last July. He has been part of several chamber ensembles and has collaborated with the International Orchestra of Magna Grecia in Taranto. He has won numerous national and international competitions. He held a Master Class for teachers and students of the Clarinet classes at the Academy of Music in Tirana. He is qualified to teach music in secondary schools of I and II degree and musical instrument (clarinet). He carries out intense didactic activity and solo concert and in various chamber formations with which he also promotes the dissemination of the clarinet repertoire and the history of the instrument through “Concert Lessons” in state schools of all levels. He constantly collaborates in the project “Paths of Education to Music” in the context of the continuity of teaching between Primary and Secondary Secondary Schools. He is professor of clarinet at the “F.G. Pigantelli” Comprehensive Institute of Grottaglie (TA) and professor of Clarinet at the “Archita” Lyceum of Taranto. From school. 2010/11 is an external clarinet expert at the Liceo Classico “G. Moscati” of Grottaglie.

Vincenzo Zecca – Guitar
Born in Taranto in 1966, at only eight years, he began studying the guitar and graduated brilliantly in 1989. The meeting with Ruggero Chiesa, which took place at the specialization courses in Verona and Milan from 1990 to 1993, marked a turning point in his artistic life. in the deepening of the guitar repertoire, which will lead him to win some of the most important guitar competitions on the world stage: 2nd prize at the “M. Pittaluga “of Alessandria (1996); 2nd prize (1st non-Ass.) At the “F.Sor” International Competition in Rome (1995); 3rd prize (1st and 2nd not assigned) to the “Città di Stresa” International competition (1992); 1st prize in the A.M.A. competition Calabria; 1st prize at the T.I.M. (Rome 1998); 2nd prize at the Fago di Taranto International Competition; 1st prize at the “P. Taraffo “from Genoa. Eclectic and versatile guitarist, he expresses his musical talent by experimenting with the study of other musical languages, including jazz and pop that will allow him to perform with different artists on the international scene. In 1997 he took part in the International Convention of the A.D.G.P.A. of Soave (Vr) dividing the stage with distinguished guitarists such as: Larry Coryell, Albert Lee, Walter Lupi, Gigi Cifarelli, Franco Cerri. With the symphonic orchestra of the Magna Grecia of Taranto he accompanied artists such as Cecilia Gasdia, Ornella Vanoni, Giovanni Sollima and with the Jazz Orchestra of Bari by Paolo Lepore accompanied the trumpeter Enrico Rava, at the concert held in the Celestini palace in Lecce. In 2008 he participated in three concerts with the singer / author Taranto, Mariella Nava. With the national magazine “SEICORDE” the first CD of the quartet was released with unreleased tracks by the composer Vercellese Angelo Gilardino. He is often called to be part of the jury in national competitions (Mondovì, Enna for the T.I.M., Foggia) and holds Master Classes (Taranto, Crispiano (TA) and Sacile (PN)). Since 2006 he has been president of the “Associazione Jonica della chitarra”, a non-profit association that organizes guitar courses for students of all ages and all musical genres, high-level courses and concert performances. From the 1990/91 school year he holds a chair at middle school for music.
He currently teaches at S.M.S. “A. Volta” of Taranto.

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