The Dell’Arte Trio is a dynamic classical chamber ensemble consisting of three experienced musicians. Frederic Dupuis, who since his graduation from the Conservatory of Paris with first prizes, in cello and chamber music, has enjoyed a varied and distinguished musical career.
Since 1991, he is the principal cellist of the National Orchestra of Ile de France with whom he has performed as soloist numerous concertos.
Emilie Moutin who after her brilliant passing from the conservatory of Lyon, has pursuit her music education in Paris. There she obtained first prizes in piano and chamber music,
as well in history of music, music writing and musical analysis from the Paris Conservatory.
Neofytou Chrysostomos who following his studies in Cyprus, in 2001 he moved to Paris where he obtained his first prizes in violin and chamber music with honours. In 2011 he obtained his Masters of Arts Performance degree at the Royal Academy of Music in London.
The Dell’Arte trio was founded at the beginning of 2009. They have made their debut concert in Paris. Followed by a series of concerts in Germany, U.K, Cyprus, and France assembling always acclaimed excellent critics for their performance.
Since 2014, the Trio Dell'Arte has been collaborating with the Kimonos Art Center and Charalambos Margaritis for the creation of visual concerts: chamber music performances accompanied and complemented by animated films screened live.
In 2014 they organized the concert "Trio Dell'Arte" in the Castelliotissa Medieval Church in Nicosia, in the Rialto Theater in Limasson and in the abandonded cinema "Othellos" in Pafos, Cyprus.
In 2016, they organized the concert "Collapse / a visual concert" in "The Place" in Pafos and the "Theatro Ena" theater in Limassol, in association with Nicolas Iordanou and Sylvia Nicolaides.
In 2017, Chrysostomos Neofytou was joined by Thibaud Verbe for the presentation of the composition "Janus" for cello and violin by Zacharias Mouzakis. The concert took place in Ibrahim's Khan in Pafos and the "Theatro Ena" theater in Limassol. The on-stage installation was created by Yiannis Sakellis.
Their on-going project is "Ark / an animated concert", which will be presented in Paris, in May 2019.