The string trio Il Furibondo was founded in 2011 by violinist Liana Mosca, violist Gianni de Rosa and cellist Marcello Scandelli.
They regularly collaborate with renowned early music ensembles such as “Il Giardino Armonico” or “Le Concert des Nations”. Their repertoire ranges from baroque (played on historical instruments) to music of the first half of the 20th century. Giuseppe Tartini once used the adjective “furibondo” (wild, angry, furious) to describe the performance style of the great violinist Francesco Geminiani.
The Trio Il Furibondo attracted attention from the very beginning with extraordinary interpretations, such as his recording of the Bach fugues transcribed by Mozart for the Stradivarius label. Since then, the ensemble has been heard on radio and in concert halls throughout Europe, including Le Settimane Musicali (Merano), Ceresio Estate (Lugano), Milano ArteMusica, Paesaggi Musicali Toscani and Rencontres Internationales Harmoniques (Geneva).